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Reference ACC/0503
Covering dates 1669-1914
Held by London Metropolitan Archives
Extent 448 documents
Creators Cox, Richard Henry, fl 1800

Contents:
Property Records



ESTATE RECORDS  [no ref. or date]

HILLINGDON HOUSE & LANDS  [no ref.]  1689 - 1914

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/001  1689

Contents:
Grant to enclose Parcel of Waste To Sir Philip Carteret.
Lord of Manor: Thomas Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.

Will and Probate of Dame Elizabeth Carteret,  ACC/0503/002  1716 - 1717

3 membranes

Contents:
widow of Sir Philip Carteret, Bart, of Island of Jersey.
Codicil.
Probate.
To be buried in Westminster Abbey. Bequeaths estate in Hillingdon and Uxbridge and in Manor of Colham and Swakely to trustees to pay sundry annuities and remaining monetary benefit to brother Sir Charles Carteret. After death of said Sir Charles, property to go to his eldest surviving son, in tail male, provided such son shall take Protestant religion; remainder to other sons and daughters of Sir Charles on same condition. Bequests to poor of Parishes of St. Owen, St. Hillary and Trinity in Jersey, of Sark and Hillingdon. Estate in Kent to be sold and money added to personal estate. Papered Seal - broken.
Parchment -

Abstract of Will 23 July 1716. Value of Estates of Lady Elizabeth Carteret.  ACC/0503/003  1717

2 documents

Contents:
(died 26th March, 1717). Estates at Hillingdon and Margate. paper.

Part of Abstract of Title.  ACC/0503/004  1716-1723

Contents:
Hillingdon House and Lands, reciting Will & Codicil of 1) 1713 - Recovery of 2) 3) 4) in 1723.
1) Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
2) William Samber (Demandant)
3) Joshua Lantrow (Tenant)
4) Mary Carteret (Vouchee).
1) left property to eldest son of Sir Charles Cartered in tail male on condition he became a Protestant, remainder to other sons and daughters of Sir Charles on same condition.

Copy of Interrogatories  ACC/0503/005  1719

Contents:
to be sworn on behalf of 1) as to certificates of receiving the Sacrament by Complainant.
1) Mary Carteret (Complainant)
2) Mary Carteret, widow, Sir Christopher Hales & others (Deforciants).

Notes, Questions & Answers on Sir Charles Carteret's family and addresses.  ACC/0503/006  1719

Contents:
Notes on sons of late Sir Charles Carteret. Carteret v. Carteret. Endorsed notes on reverse.

Notes, Questions & Answers on Sir Charles Carteret's family and addresses.  ACC/0503/007  1719

Contents:
Notes on sons of late Sir Charles Carteret. Carteret v. Carteret. Endorsed notes on reverse.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/008  1720

Contents:
All Freehold messuages and tenements, part of estate of late Elizabeth Carteret.
1) a) Mary Carteret (widow)
b) Edward Carteret
c) Philip Carteret
d) George Carteret
e) James Carteret
f) Elizabeth Carteret.
2) a) Charles Worsley
b) William Samber.
Seals 1 a, b, c, d, e, f. (Shown in Chancery)

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/009  1720

Contents:
All Freehold messuages and tenements, part of estate of late Elizabeth Carteret.
1) a) Mary Carteret (widow)
b) Edward Carteret
c) Philip Carteret
d) George Carteret
e) James Carteret
f) Elizabeth Carteret.
2) a) Charles Worsley
b) William Samber.
Seals 1 a, b, c, d, e, f. (Shown in Chancery)

Tripartite Indenture of Release of Annuities.  ACC/0503/010  1720

Contents:
1) a) Mary Carteret (widow)
b) Edward Carteret
c) Philip Carteret
d) George Carteret
e) James Carteret
f) Elizabeth Carteret.
2) a) Thomas Hardy
b) Edward Hopkins
c) William Moore.
3) Mary Carteret (eldest daughter).
3) Buys interest of 1) a, b, c, d, e, f in late aunt's will (Elizabeth Carteret) for £15,000.
Release to Trustees 2) a) b) & c).
Seals 1) a) b) c) d) 3). (Shown in Chancery).

Bill in Chancery. Bill of Complaint.  ACC/0503/011  1720

Contents:
1) a) Mary Carteret (widow) (defendant)
b) Edward Carteret (son)
c) Philip Carteret
d) George Carteret
e) James Carteret
f) Elizabeth Carteret
v.
2) Mary Carteret (spinster) (plaintiff) (against her mother, brothers and sister).
Title to Estate of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.

Fines  ACC/0503/012  1720

Contents:
Charles Worsley) Plaintiffs.
William Samber)
Mary Carteret. Defendant.
Michaelmas Term.
Marked No. 3. in ink.

Fines  ACC/0503/013  1720

Contents:
Charles Worsley) Plaintiffs.
William Samber)
Mary Carteret. Defendant.
Michaelmas Term.
Marked No. 3. in ink.

Chancery Proceedings Responses.  ACC/0503/014  1720

Contents:
'Answers' (re Bill of Complaint.)
Mary Carteret (spinster) (Complainant)
v.
Mary Carteret (widow) (defendant).
Bill of Complaint re conditions imposed by Will of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.

Draft Notes for a Fine or Recovery.  ACC/0503/015  n.d.

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Carteret
2) Sir Thomas Hardy.
Three Messuages 20 acres land 50 acres meadow 20 pasture.
Endorsement:
No Fine ever levied by Trustees

Answers of 1) to Bill of Complaint of 2) in case Carteret v. Hardy and others.  ACC/0503/016  1721

Contents:
1) a. Sir Thomas Hardy) Defts. Exors of
b. Edward Hopkins) Will of Dame
c. William Moore) Eliz. Carteret.
2) Mary Carteret, Complainant.
Includes Schedule of Executors' accounts, containing inter alia:-
i) Particulars of plate, jewels, books, furniture & household goods of Lady Carteret, sold by auction at her house in Poland Street 16th April 1717
ii) Minor legacies of goods and clothing.
iii) Account of Receipts of Hillingdon Estate 1717.
iv) Account of Disbursements of Hillingdon Estate 1717.
v) Account of Receipts of Residuary Estate and sums paid to Mary Carteret.
vi) Account of Disbursements of residuary estate.
vii) Account of Receipts & Disbursements of Hillingdon Estate.
viii) Account of Receipts & Disbursements of Lady Carteret's estate to Mrs. Mary Carteret as residuary legatee.
Endorsement:
"Copy of Answers".

Note of Witnesses for Examiner and of Exhibits at Court,  ACC/0503/017  1721

Contents:
i.e. (Certificates of Sacrament, Lease and Releases).
1) Mary Cartered (Compl.) v.
2) Mary Carteret, Widow, Sir Christopher Hales and others (Def.)
Endorsement:
1) 17 Aug. -- Gave Receipt in.
2) Left copy of within note with Mr. Rawlings 13 April 1721.
3) Left the Int. engrossed with Mr. Rawlings also the cert. of Comp. receiving the Sacrament at St. Saviours 17 April 1721.
4) Left certificate of Compl. receiving the Sacrament at St. Martins with Mr. Rawlings 21 April 1721.

Responses in Hopkins v Carteret  ACC/0503/018  1721

Contents:
1) Edward Hopkins (Def.)
2) Mary Carteret (Comp.)

Lease for a year. Release for uses of Recovery.  ACC/0503/019  1722

Contents:
1) Mary Carteret, (spinster)
2) Joshua Lantrow
3) William Samber.
Freehold messuages and estates belonging to late Elizabeth Carteret.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
No. 7.
No. 6.

Lease for a year. Release for uses of Recovery.  ACC/0503/020  1722

Contents:
1) Mary Carteret, (spinster)
2) Joshua Lantrow
3) William Samber.
Freehold messuages and estates belonging to late Elizabeth Carteret.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
No. 7.
No. 6.

Answers to (Responses) Bill of Complaint in Hales infant v. Carteret  ACC/0503/021  1722

14 folios

Contents:
1) a) Dame Eliz. Hales (guardian)
b) Edward Hales (minor son)
c) John Hales (minor son) def.
2) Mary Carteret (Comp.)

Responses in Hales infant v. Carteret Bill of Complaint.  ACC/0503/022  1722

12 folios

Contents:
1) a) William Dixon Gould (guardian)
b) Mary Cartered (Compl.)

Copy Ordinance on Hearing of Bill of Complaint, Carteret v Carteret  ACC/0503/023  1723

Contents:
1) Mary Carteret
v
2)Sir Christopher Hales.
28 folios. Order that Defts, Exors of Will of Eliz. Carteret to come to account with Plts. for rents & profits etc.

Recovery.  ACC/0503/024  1723

Contents:
House & Lands.
1) Mary Carteret (Vouchee)
2) William Samber (dem.)
3) Joshua Lantrew (tenant).
Seals: Court of Common Pleas. Portrait of George I.

Extracts from Abstract of Title.  ACC/0503/025  1723

7 folios

Contents:
Lands (Messuage and about 50 acres)
From Recovery 1675 to Recovery Easter Term 1723.
1)a Sir Richard Atkins
b) Rebecca Atkins (wife)
c) Sir Robert Atkins
d) William Peisley.
2) Henry Holford.
3)a Dame Eliz. Carteret (widow)
b) Sir Philip Carteret.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/026  1724

Contents:
Freehold and Copyhold Messuages.
1) Francis Carteret
2) a) Charles Worsley
b) William Samber.
Endorsement: Receipt for £160.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/027  1724

Contents:
Freehold and Copyhold Messuages.
1) Francis Carteret
2) a) Charles Worsley
b) William Samber.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/028  1724

Contents:
Several Messuages, lands and appurtenances.
1) a) Mary Carteret (spinster)
b) Charles Worsley
c) William Samber.
2) John Chetwynd.
Seals: 1 a, b, c.
Endorsements: M.R. 23 May 1724. Receipt for £5,800.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/029  1724

Contents:
Several Messuages, lands and appurtenances.
1) a) Mary Carteret (spinster)
b) Charles Worsley
c) William Samber.
2) John Chetwynd.
Seals: 1 a, b, c.
Endorsements: M.R. 23 May 1724. Receipt for £5,800.

Bond to Perform Covenants (Cancelled)  ACC/0503/030  1724

Contents:
£3,150 to be paid in instalments.
1) John Chetwynd
2) Mary Carteret (spinster).
Endorsement: Paid off.

Release to Executors.  ACC/0503/031  1724

Contents:
1) Francis Carteret to
2) a) Sir Thomas Hardy
b) Edward Hopkins
c) William Moore
d) Mary Carteret.
All the Part, Proportion and share of 1) to annuity.
Seals: 1).

Mortgage for £3,000.  ACC/0503/032  1724

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd.
2) Mary Carteret (Spinster).
Lands devised to 2) by Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Endorsements:
29 Jan. 1725. Note cancelling Mortgage - repaid in full.
(Mary Carteret, Spinster, now Mrs. Edward Harvey).
M.R. 23rd May 1724.

Declaration Affidavit of ages of Infants.  ACC/0503/033  1724

Contents:
Mary Carteret (widow)
v.
Mary Carteret.
Birth Certificates from France to prove ages of younger Carterets.

Further Orders on Hearing.  ACC/0503/034  1725

12 folios

Contents:
Lady Mary Carteret, Widow
v.
Mary Carteret.
Bill of Complaint.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/035  1725

Contents:
1) a) Sir Thomas Hardy
b) Edward Hopkins
c) William Moore
d) Charles Worsley
e) William Samber
2) Mary Carteret (spinster).
Seals: 1) a,b,c,d,e. 2). Freehold lands and Messuages given and devised to 1a,b,c,d,e, in last Will & Codicil of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/036  1725

Contents:
1) a) Sir Thomas Hardy
b) Edward Hopkins
c) William Moore
d) Charles Worsley
e) William Samber
2) Mary Carteret (spinster).
Seals: 1) a,b,c,d,e. 2). Freehold lands and Messuages given and devised to 1a,b,c,d,e, in last Will & Codicil of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.

Advertisement "TO BE LETT", A very pleasant house and gardens  ACC/0503/037  1725

Contents:
late in possession of Duke of Schomberg. . .
Enquire of Mr. Wm. Samber (Carteret Trustee.)
Rough Draft (undated).

Note referring to Recovery  ACC/0503/038  1725


Related information: See ACC/0503/043.

Contents:
(Edward Harvey, husband of Mary Carteret)
&
Lantrow & Lambert.

Notes. For a Fine or Recovery.  ACC/0503/039  1725
Language:  Latin

Contents:
John Chetwynd and Lantrow and others.
Messuage and land in Great and Little Hillingdon and Uxbridge.

Notes for a Recovery.  ACC/0503/040  1738

Contents:
John Chetwynd v. Lantrow and others.

Tripartite Lease and Release to make Tenant to Precipe.  ACC/0503/041  1725

Contents:
1) a) Edward Harvey
b) Mary Harvey (nee Carteret)
2) John Chetwynd
3) a) Martin Lantrow
b) William Lambert.
All lands devised to 1)b. under Will. of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Seals: 1) a)b). 2). 3) a)b).

Tripartite Lease and Release to make Tenant to Precipe.  ACC/0503/042  1725

Contents:
1) a) Edward Harvey
b) Mary Harvey (nee Carteret)
2) John Chetwynd
3) a) Martin Lantrow
b) William Lambert.
All lands devised to 1)b. under Will. of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Seals: 1) a)b). 2). 3) a)b).

Exemplification of Recovery.  ACC/0503/043  1725

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd, demandant
2) a) Martin Lantrow )
b) William Lambert) tenants
3) a)........ Harvey )
b) Mary Harvey ) vouchees
Messuages and lands inherited under Will. of Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Seals: Court of Common Pleas.
Portrait of George I.

Miss Chetwynd  ACC/0503/044  1744

Contents:
Memo concerning valuation of Hillingdon House & Lands.

Copy of Marriage Settlement  ACC/0503/045  1748

Contents:
1) Hon. John Talbot.
2) Hon. John Lord Chetwynd.
3) Miss Catherine Chetwynd (daughter of 2).
Properties at Hillingdon in Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire.

Attested copy of Conveyance to the uses of the Marriage Articles.  ACC/0503/046  1757

Contents:
1) Rt. Hon. John Lord Chetwynd.
2) Catherine Talbot, widow of Hon. John.
3) a. John Chetwynd Talbot
b. Charles Talbot Talbot
c. William Henry Talbot
d. George Talbot.
Children of 2).
4. a. William Lord Talbot
b. Hon. William Lord Talbot
5. Hon. William Richard Chetwynd. Capital messuage (at Hillingdon).
Closes of Pasture (61 acres in all) and copyhold property.
Messuage at Oddington (Gloucestershire)
1/3rd part of estate of Archbishop of York. Manor and houses at Hooknorton Oxfordshire.11 folios.
South Sea annuities (page 5).
Schedule of Estates belonging to "late Archbishop of Blackburn", (i.e. Lancelot Blackburn" Archbishop of York).

Solicitors A/c. Receipted.  ACC/0503/047  1763-1764

Contents:
Hon. Madame Talbot )
John Lane ) to J. Goldar.

Bill & Receipt.  ACC/0503/048  1764

Contents:
Boult
to
Golder, (sic)
(Solicitors charges for deeds).

Note on piece of paper.  ACC/0503/049  [n.d.]

Contents:
Miss Chetwynd's Quit Rent to Mich. 1763 at 5. 7.
Miss Chetwynd's Quit Rent from Mich. 1763 - Mich.1766 4. 7
To pay for copy 3. 0
Madame Talbot to pay no quit rent in Colham for the half acre or so she had on the Surrender of Mr. Lane, it being included in the Quit Rent by her payable to Swacliff Manor.
Jabez Goldar.

Copy of the Will of The Right Hon. John Talbot Viscount Chetwynd.  ACC/0503/050  1765

Contents:
Proved 13th July 1767.
Leasehold house in Little Grosvenor Street, St.George, Hanover Square. Manors & Lands in Staffs and Salop.

Office Copy of Will of Hon. Mrs. Catherine Talbot, of Hillingdon  ACC/0503/051  1780

Contents:
Proved 16th Feb. 1785.

Copy of Probate of Will of *1) William Henry Talbot.  ACC/0503/052  1785


Related information: (See ACC/0503/003(a)&(b).

Contents:
Probate granted to Hon. John Chetwynd (brother)
2) Earl Talbot
3) Hon. Catherine Talbot widow & mother of 1) & 2).
*1) Captain of Light Dragoons in 17th Regt. at New York.

Attested Copy of Deed to exonerate Estates in Marriage Settlement from portions secured for children of the marriage.  ACC/0503/053  1785

16 folios

Contents:
Surrender of 2,000 years term.
1) a) Charles Talbot.
b) Rev. George Talbot (sons of Catherine)
2) Charles Henry Talbot.
3) John Chetwynd, Earl Talbot (elder son of Catherine).
Apportionment of Estates under Marriage Settlements.
Release of Son to Executor 3) in respect of amount due to deceased brother.
Endorsements: Receipts from 1) a.c.b. to 3) for £534. 5. 3d & £3034. 5. 3. "A true copy of the original deed". 25th Jan. 1786.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/054  1785

Contents:
1) a) John Chetwynd, Earl Talbot.
b) Charlotte Talbot
2) Nicholas Lacy Fry
3) Abraham Rhodes
4) Thomas Sainsbury.
Capital House
4 acres (Hill Close)
14 acres Meadow.
2 acres in Common field
6 acres
3 closes of 13 acres
2 closes of 9 acres.
7 acres
Seals: 1) a) b). 2) 3) 4).
M.L.R. 5 Jan. 1786.
To make a tenant to the Precipe.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/055  1785

Contents:
1) a) John Chetwynd, Earl Talbot.
b) Charlotte Talbot
2) Nicholas Lacy Fry
3) Abraham Rhodes
4) Thomas Sainsbury.
Capital House
4 acres (Hill Close)
14 acres Meadow.
2 acres in Common field
6 acres
3 closes of 13 acres
2 closes of 9 acres.
7 acres
Seals: 1) a) b). 2) 3) 4).
M.L.R. 5 Jan. 1786.
*To make a tenant to the Precipe.

Deed of Recovery of Seizin.  ACC/0503/056  1785

Contents:
Abraham Rhodes (demandant) Nicholas Lacy (Tenant)
a) John Chetwynd, Earl Talbot &
b) Charlotte his wife (Vouchees).
Three messuages and gardens
120 acres land
60 acres pasture
60 acres meadow
Sovereign's Portrait - Court of Common Pleas. Seal.

Lease for a year & Release.  ACC/0503/057  1786

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot
2) Thomas Sainsbury
3) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham. Capital Messuages and lands.
4 acres Hill Close,
2 pastures of 4 acres,
14 acres, 4 acres, 6 acres,
3 closes of 13 acres,
12 acres, 2 acres in Common Field.
7 acres 2 closes of 9 acres.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements: M.L.R. 7 Feb. 1786.
Receipt from 1) for £9000

Lease for a year & Release.  ACC/0503/058  1786

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot
2) Thomas Sainsbury
3) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham. Capital Messuages and lands.
4 acres Hill Close,
2 pastures of 4 acres,
14 acres, 4 acres, 6 acres,
3 closes of 13 acres,
12 acres, 2 acres in Common Field.
7 acres 2 closes of 9 acres.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements: M.L.R. 7 Feb. 1786.
Receipt from 1) for £9000

Deed of Bargain & Sale by 1) - 3)  ACC/0503/059  1786

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot
2) Thomas Sainsbury
3) Mary, Marchioness of Rockingham
Capital Messuage and 4 acres
2 closes of 4 acres
14 acres Meadow
4 acres 6 acres
3 closes of 13 acres
2 parcels of 9 acres
2 acres in Common Field.
12 acres. 7 acres. - as above.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements
Chancery Enrolment 7 Feb. 1786.
Receipt by 1) for £9,000.
Public Office "acknowledgment" by 1)

Deed of Covenant to procure Title Deeds.  ACC/0503/060  1786

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot
2) Mary, Marchioness of Rockingham.
Schedule of Deeds
19 July 1748 - 1st June 1785.
Seals 1).

Mortgage  ACC/0503/061  1786 - 1792

Contents:
1) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham
2) Thomas Burne
3) John Way.
£2,000 - Capital Messuage & various lands at Hillingdon.
(Further Mortgage for £6,000 on dorso)
Seals 1) Endorsements -
M.L.R. 8 Feb. 1787.
M.L.R. 18 July 1792

Lease for a Year. Release and Copy of Manorial (Enfranchisement).  ACC/0503/062  1791

Contents:
1) Fysh de Burgh
3) The Marchioness Rockingham
&
1) Fysh de Burgh
2) Lord Talbot.
Land where formerly stood the Heriotable Messuage, Norringtons, and Pleasure Garden.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 5 Aug. 1791.
Receipt for £52.10. 0.

Lease for a Year. Release and Copy of Manorial (Enfranchisement).  ACC/0503/063  1791

Contents:
1) Fysh de Burgh
3) The Marchioness Rockingham
&
1) Fysh de Burgh
2) Lord Talbot.
Land where formerly stood the Heriotable Messuage, Norringtons, and Pleasure Garden.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 5 Aug. 1791.
Receipt for £52.10. 0.

Lease for a Year. Release and Copy of Manorial (Enfranchisement).  ACC/0503/064  1791

Contents:
1) Fysh de Burgh
3) The Marchioness Rockingham
&
1) Fysh de Burgh
2) Lord Talbot.
Land where formerly stood the Heriotable Messuage, Norringtons, and Pleasure Garden.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 5 Aug. 1791.
Receipt for £52.10. 0.

Letter (Solicitors - Dawes to Edge)  ACC/0503/065  1805

Contents:
re finding of deeds - will of Lord Chetwynd 3rd March 1765 - - - to 1st June 1785
Deed of Exoneration
Charles Talbot to Earl Talbot.

Frogatt to Dawes  ACC/0503/066  1805

Contents:
re Conveyance Weddell to Porcher.

Correspondence to Frogatt  ACC/0503/067  1805

Contents:
re Weddell's Title.

Correspondence Frogatt to Dawes.  ACC/0503/068  1805

Contents:
Land held of Colham Manor by Lady Rockingham

Notes on financial items.  ACC/0503/069  [n.d.]

Note for approving the proof of the execution of the late Lady Rockingham's Will and Codicil.  ACC/0503/070  1805

Letter, Froggatt to Dawes  ACC/0503/071  N/D

Contents:
re Copyhold of lands held by late Marchioness of Rockingham.

Affidavit.  ACC/0503/072  1805

Contents:
Due execution of Will.

Affidavit of the due execution of Codicil to Lady Rockingham's Will.  ACC/0503/073  1805

Release of Annuities charged on estate of late Marchioness of Rockingham,  ACC/0503/074  1805

Contents:
1) a. John Greig
b. Rebecca Thornton
c. John Mackenzie
d. Remus Stanfield
e. Elizabeth Meads.
2) Elizabeth Weddell
3) J. du Pre Porcher.
Bequest to 2) under Will and annuities bequeathed by Codicil to 1) a.b.c.d. & e.
Seals: 1) a.b.c.d.e. 2).
Endorsements: Cancellations in pencil.
Note "to follow the Marchioness of Rockingham's Will.
"Executed by all parties except Mr. Porcher."

Lease for a year and Two endorsements  ACC/0503/075  1805-1807

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Weddell
2) a. Josias Dupre Porcher
b. Edwin Dawes.
3) Joseph Musgrave.
4) George Musgrave.
Capital Messuage and Lands called Hillingdon House.
Seals: 1) 2) a.b. 4).
Endorsements:
16 Feb. 1806.(B.& S. for 1 yr. 2)-3).
13 Nov. 1807, on death of 3).(B.& S. for 1 yr.4)-2).
M.L.R.10 Aug. 1805.
8 March 1806.
9 August 1808.

Release (concerning Lease in 75)  ACC/0503/076  1805-1807

Contents:
1)Elizabeth Weddell
2) a. Lewis Way
b. Edward Hilliard
3) Josias Dupre Porcher.
4) Edwin Dawes
5) James Barnett
6) George Musgrave.
Reciting Mortgage (61) and other deeds and Will of late Lady Rockingham - Title to Hillingdon House.
Three documents included, i.e.17 Feb.1806 Release by 3 -
Seals: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6. 6b) 14 Nov. 1807 Release 6a)-3).
Endorsements:
Receipts for £6,000 by 2)
£8,000 by 1)
Acknowledgement of Receipt of Bonds and Papers by 1).
3rd Aug. 1805,
M.L.R. 10th Aug. 1805. 8 March 1806,
9 May 1808.
Receipts for £1,000. £5,000.

Release in Fee of Freehold Lands and Covenant to Surrender Copyhold, subject to a Mortgage to Lewis Way of £6,000.  ACC/0503/077  1805

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Weddell
2) Lewis Way
3) Josias Dupre Porcher
4) Edwin Dawes
Seals: 3).
Endorsements: (Not registered) -this was intended as a security for the £6,000 covenant due to Way which being paid off was then delivered up to Mr. Porcher.
Also pencil notes as to re-drafting of document.
Not completed?

Letter Enclosed in 80  ACC/0503/078  1808

Contents:
To J. du Pre Porcher) M. Georgina Grace Chamier
Thomas Redhead)
Edward Smith)

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/079  1808

Contents:
1) Josias Du Pre Porcher
2) Edwin Dawes
3) Thomas Dawes
4) a. Thomas Redhead
b. Edward Smith.
Conveyance in fee by way of Mortgage of a capital messuage and lands.
Covenant to surrender Copyhold Estate and Declaration of Trust as to residue of outstanding term of 1,000 years.
Seals: 1) 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £1,200 paid by 4) a. & b. to 1).
M.L.R. May 9. 1808.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/080  1808

Contents:
1) Josias Du Pre Porcher
2) Edwin Dawes
3) Thomas Dawes
4) a. Thomas Redhead
b. Edward Smith.
Conveyance in fee by way of Mortgage of a capital messuage and lands.
Covenant to surrender Copyhold Estate and Declaration of Trust as to residue of outstanding term of 1,000 years.
Seals: 1) 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £1,200 paid by 4) a. & b. to 1).
M.L.R. May 9. 1808.

Label Hillingdon Mansion etc.  ACC/0503/081  1808?

Contents:
Including Mr. Porcher's purchase and his Mortgage to Redhead & Smith. No. 2.

Label History of Hillingdon House Land.  ACC/0503/082  1810

Contents:
Conveyed from Josias Du Pre Porcher to Richard Henry Cox.
Mansion etc. formerly the Talbots ) Purchased by the Mar. of Rockingham and sold to Mr. Porcher
Lands formerly Cawthornes )
Lands formerly Hilliards and sold to Mr. Porcher.

Abstract of Title. Richard Henry Cox, Esq. Hillingdon House and divers lands and tenements, i.e.  ACC/0503/083  1810

Contents:
1) Mansion House purchased of Earl Talbot by Marchioness of Rockingham. 23 May 1716 - 20 Sept. 1802.
2) Lands purchased of John Fenton Cawthorne by Marchioness of Rockingham. 24 July 1654-25 Dec. 1803.
3) As to both purchases including Copyholds. 25 July 1805 - 4 & 5 May 1808.
4) As to lands purchased by Josias Du Pre Porcher of Edward Hilliard & Trustees. 13 & 14 Jan. 1715 - 18 & 19 Sept. 1809.
5) As to the whole estate purchased by Mr. Cox. 2 & 3 Oct. 1810.

Solicitors letters.  ACC/0503/084  1810

Contents:
Covering letter (Dawes to Tynmore) re Porcher Admission.
Covering letter (Hilliard to Dawes) re Porcher Admission.

Solicitors letters.  ACC/0503/085  1810

Contents:
Covering letter (Dawes to Tynmore) re Porcher Admission.
Covering letter (Hilliard to Dawes) re Porcher Admission.

Note on piece of paper.  ACC/0503/086  [n.d.]

Contents:
Colham.
1 acre
7 an acre
Admission of Mr. Porcher
& letter of Mr. Porcher
to Mr. Cox.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/087  1810

Contents:
1) Josias Dupie Porcher
2) John Beauclerk (leading to another deed)
1) Thomas Redhead and Edward Smith
2) J. D. Porcher
3) R. H. Cox
4) John Beauclerk
Four pieces Meadow ground (26 acres), Flatworth 4a, 2 closes 9a, 13a, Field near Brook: 2 closes near London Road at Hillingdon End.
M.L.R. 17 Nov. 1810.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/088  1810

Contents:
1) a) Thomas Redhead
b) Edward Smith
c) Josias Dupré Porcher
2) John Beauclerk
Capital House (Hillingdon House) & Lands. Described as having been surveyed in 1805 by direction of Mrs. Eliz. Weddell.
Seals: 1) a) b) c).
-Endorsements:
Memorial of Registration.

Assignment (In Trust) for Remainder of Term.  ACC/0503/089  1810

Contents:
1) Thomas Dawes
2) Josias Dupre Porcher
3) a) Thomas Redhead
b) Edward Smith
4) Richard Henry Cox
5) William Fynmore
Hillingdon House and Lands for term of 1,000 years and 500 years.
Memorial of Registration endorsed.

Release and Conveyance.  ACC/0503/090  1810

Contents:
1) a) Thomas Redhead
b) Edward Smith
2) Josias Dupre Porcher &
3) a) Richard Henry Cox
4) John Beauclerk.
Freehold Mansion House and Lands.
Land formerly called "Hill Close" etc., about 83 acres in all.
Mansion formerly called Norringtons.
Seals: 1) a) b). 2).
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £1,200.
2) Receipt for £17,120.
3) Certificate of Registration M.L.R.

Deed of Covenant to Surrender Copyhold.  ACC/0503/091  1810

Contents:
1) Josias Dupre Porcher &
2) Richard Henry Cox.
House and lands held of Manors of Swakeley and Colham.
1 Seal.
Endorsement: Receipt for £1,130.

Certificate for Contract for Redemption of Land Tax and Registration.  ACC/0503/092  1812

Contents:
Richard Henry Cox.
Re Mansion House and 150 acres of land.

Auctioneers Particulars  ACC/0503/093  1815

3 copies

Contents:
Map from above with acreage marked (50 acres of land) - To find out which is freehold

Poster of Sale 3rd August 1815 of Mansion House,  ACC/0503/094  [n.d.]

Contents:
residence of W.T. Corbett.

Certificate from Hillingdon Enclosure Commissioners on exoneration from Tithes.  ACC/0503/095  [n.d.]

Contents:
Uxbridge 14th January 1815.

Rough notes on instalment on Purchase price, etc. 1816.  ACC/0503/096  [n.d.]

Mortgage in Fee and Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/097  1820

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox
2) John Beauclerk
3) a) Andrew B. Drummond
b) John Drummond
4) William Fynmore.
Mortgage of Hillingdon House and divers freehold lands held therewith with covenant to Surrender Copyhold lands lying intermixed for securing £10,000 and interest.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 20th September 1820.

Mortgage in Fee and Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/098  1820

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox
2) John Beauclerk
3) a) Andrew B. Drummond
b) John Drummond
4) William Fynmore.
Mortgage of Hillingdon House and divers freehold lands held therewith with covenant to Surrender Copyhold lands lying intermixed for securing £10,000 and interest.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 20th September 1820.

Continuation of Abstract of lands purchased by 1) from 2).  ACC/0503/099  1824

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox
2) Josias Dupre Porcher.
Capital Messuage.
Messuages and lands 89 acres in Uxbridge Common.
Endorsements:
Hillingdon House re purchase.
Dates of Deeds:
Sept. 18th & 19th 1820.
June 1824.

Schedule of Title Deeds. Property of Richard Henry Cox.  ACC/0503/100  1824

9 folios

Contents:
Mortgaged to Honble. Edward Percival.
Bought of J. D. Porcher in 1810.
Mortgaged for £15,000 at 4 per cent in 1824.
1st Deed - 23rd July 1716 - June 1822.
Paper

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/101  1824

Contents:
1) a) Andrew Berkeley Drummond
b) John Drummond
c) Richard Henry Cox
2) Hon. Edward Perceval.
Capital Messuage 2a. 2r.
29a. 2p. pasture.
10a. 35p.
Pieces of meadow 18 acres etc.
Seals: 1) a. b. c.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 16th June 1824.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/102  1824

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox.
2) Hon. Edward Perceval.
Pieces of land of
89a. 20p.
8a. 1r. 8p.
1 Seal.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 16th June 1824.

Bond for £30,000  ACC/0503/103  1824

Contents:
By 1) to 2) and conditions of payment.
£15,000 at 5 per cent.
1) Richard Henry Cox.
2) Hon. Edward Perceval.

Mortgage in Fee (and Reconveyance endorsed).  ACC/0503/104  1824

Contents:
1) a. Andrew Berkeley Drummond.
b. John Drummond.
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Hon. Edward Perceval
4) William Fynmore.
£10,000 part of sum of £15,000 on Mansion House.
2a. 2r. gardens.
89 acres on Uxbridge Common
8a. 1r. Uxbridge Common
(Reconveyance on dorso owing to death of 3).
Seals 1) a. b. 2). 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £10,000.
Receipt for £5,000.
M.L.R. 16th June 1824.
Reconveyance 13th June 1843.
Reconveyance M.L.R. 20 June 1843.
Parties in Reconveyance:
1) a. Margaret Cecil Perceval
b. Mary Perceval.
c. Isabella Perceval.
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Robert George Clarke.
4) a. George Fynmore.
b. Thomas Clarke.

Covering Folder Labelled "Enfranchisement of Copyholds" and Deed of Enfranchisement  ACC/0503/105  1863

Contents:
H. R. Cox Esq.
Hillingdon House.
1) Charles Newdigate Newdegate, M. P.
2) Richard Henry Cox, Esq.
Messuage at Little Hillingdon, 1 acre, part of garden of said messuage; 1r. 12p. and 14a. 28p. parcels of close called Stones purchased from Porcher.
Two closes meadow (9a. or 8a.) at Little Hillingdon formerly of John Hesse and purchased from Combe and Wortham by surrender and admission of 27th April 1821. 15p. land at Water Lane (Plot 596 on Enclosure Plan) and all other copyhold lands, if any, of Cox, except 22p. (591 on Enclosure Plan) surrender to Mills and already enfranchised.
Seals: 1).
Endorsements: Dec. 5 1863.
Receipt for £160.

Certificate of Contract for Redemption of Land Tax and Enclosures.  ACC/0503/106  1864

4 items

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox.
All lands purchased or exchanged by 1) since 6th August 1812 and numbered... on the Hillingdon
Enclosure Plan.
Endorsements:
106.a. - Form of Certificate
b. Transfer of Stock
c. Certificate
d. Covering letter.

Report by Messrs. Walton & Lee, Land Agents and Surveyors,  ACC/0503/107  1907

Contents:
to Frederick Cox, Esq. on Hillingdon House Estate with plan (44" x 33"). 15 typed pages in folder.

Valuation for purposes of Estate Duty of the Harefield, Hillingdon and Ruislip Estates of Frederick Cox, deceased.  ACC/0503/108  1914

Contents:
Made by Knight, Frank & Rutley, Surveyors & Valuers, 20 Hanover Square, London, W. with O.S. 6" map showing the 67 different properties numbered in accordance with Schedule and distinguished by different colours.
Principal Properties:-
Harefield. High Way Farm, Dewes Farm, Crows Nest Farm, Brackenberry Farm, Copthall Farm, Warren Farm (in Harefield and Hillingdon) Harefield Moor watercress beds, Broadwater Farm, New Gears Green Farms, Lodge Farm, Rose Farm, Willow Farm, Gatemead Farm.
Hillingdon. Frays Farm, Hillingdon House, Hillingdon Golf Course, The Chestnuts, Montague House, Nursery in Hillingdon Road, Randall's Cottage, Ivy Cottage, Hillingdon Cottage Hospital, Littleton House, Mabel Home at Hillingdon East, Uxbridge & Districts Rifle Club Shooting Ground, Old Tilefield Cottages, Houses in Park Road.
Ruislip. 2 Cottages at Ducks Hill Young Wood Farm.
Harefield Place Mansion (Ickenham)
Woodland and Plantations in Harefield, Hillingdon and Ruislip.

HALFSHIDE 1 ACRE  [no ref.]  1651 - 1716

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/109  1651

Contents:
1) John Browne, son and heir of George Browne, to
2) Mathew Holmes.
Admission of 2) Surrender of 1). Cottage and 1 acre of pasture (Half Shide).
L. of M. George Lord Chandos.
Steward Andrew, John.
Endorsements:
Colham 4th April 1651 etc.
G.No.1.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/110  1651

Contents:
1) Thomas Graves
2) John Browne of Iver, son & heir of George Browne.
3) Mathew Holmes.
Presentment by homage, after admission was granted to 1) to a tenement on surrender of 2), that on 10 Oct. 1650, surrender was made by 2) to the Lord of the Manor of cottage and 1 acre land as security to 3) for premises in Manor of Colham lately surrendered by 2) to 3), i.e. 1 acre of meadow called Half Shide adjoining on east to highway and through part of which is a footpath from Little Hillingdon to Uxbridge, now in tenure of Thomas Philpe. (See ACC/503/109).
Lord of Manor Sir James Harrington, Knight and Dame Catherine his wife.
Steward: Thomas Heygate.
Endorsements:
Colham 8 Sept. 1651.
John Browne his surrender to Homes of a cottage and parcell of meadow as a counter security to Homes.
Mathew Holmes.
G. No. 2.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/111  1656

Contents:
1) Mathew Holmes to
2) Thomas Treswallon.
Admission of 2) on Surrender of 1) (following conditional surrender of 3 Sept. 1655).
Pasture. 1 acre (Half Shide).
L. of M. Dudley Rewse, gent, Trustee to Will of late Lord Chandos.
Steward: Henry Whitfield.
Endorsements: G. No.3.
"Colham 15 Oct. 1656."
"Mr. Thos. Trymallons copy"

Deed Poll - Covenant for Quiet Enjoyment.  ACC/0503/112  1656

Contents:
1) Mathew Holmes to
2) Thomas Treswallen.
Pasture known as "Halfshide" 1 acre.
1 Seal. Endt: G. No.4.

General Release and Bond of Indemnity  ACC/0503/113  1656

Contents:
1) Mathew Holmes
2) Thomas Treswallen
"Halfshide" One acre.
1 Seal. Endt: G. No.5. G. No.6.

General Release and Bond of Indemnity  ACC/0503/114  1856

Contents:
1) Mathew Holmes
2) Thomas Treswallen
"Halfshide" One acre.
1 Seal. Endt: G. No.5. G. No.6.

Schedule of Deeds  ACC/0503/115  1649 - 1682

Contents:
Peter Smith to
Thomas Tinham.
Thomas Tinham to
Thomas Treswallen
Thomas Treswallen to
John Bellinger.
John Bellinger to
William T
Endorsement:
"All this pacquett belong to my land at Little Hillingdon".

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/116  1674

Contents:
1) Thomas Tresswallen
2) John Bellinger of St. Dunstan in the West. (Bibliopol).
Admission of 2) on foreclosure of Mortgage contained in Conditional Surrender 18 Aug. 1670.
"Half Shide" Pasture 1 acre.
L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner
Steward: Henry Cane. Endt: G. No.7.

Copy of Court Roll. Release of proviso in Conditional Surrender: 18 Aug. 1670.  ACC/0503/117  1674 - 1675

Contents:
1) Thomas Tresswallen
2) a. John Bellinger (Bibliopol)
b. William Davis, Architect, his attorney.
Halfshide. 1 acre. Pasture.
L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.,
Endorsements:
1) G. No. 8.
2) John Bellinger Colham
4th Jan. 1674.
Release of the proviso in the Surrender.
3) Pd. 9/4.

Copy of Court Roll License to Demise for 21 years.  ACC/0503/118  1674

Contents:
1) Lord of Manor to
2) Thomas Treswallen.
Halfe Shide. 1 acre. Pasture. L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward Henry Cane.
Endorsements:
1) G. No. 9.
2) John Bellinger. Colham 4th Jan. 1674.
3) License to demise for 21 years.
Pd. 2/8 Fine
Pd. 6/8 Licence.

Release of Dower.  ACC/0503/119  1677

Contents:
1) a. William Mattingley.
b. Ann Mattingley (formerly widow of Mathew Holmes).
2) John Bellinger, citizen & stationer of London.
Piece of meadow ground "Halfe Shide"

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/120  1681

Contents:
Certified copy of Presentment made at Court of Survey held 12 Jan. & 10 Feb. 12 Charles I [1636/7]. George Browne holds 3 acres arable land in Little Hillingdon Field on surrender of Thomas Popely and 1 acre of meadow called Halfeshide lying by lane leading from Little Hillingdon to Northolt Common. Endt: G.No.11.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/121  1682

Contents:
1) John Bellinger (Bibliopol) to
2) William Turner (of Ickenham).
Admission and Surrender 1) to 2).
"Halfeshide" meadow close. 1 acre. L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane. Endt: G.No.12.

Agreement for Sale.  ACC/0503/122  1709

Contents:
1) Francis Ashby to
2) Edward Jennings (on behalf of Lady Cartwright [Carteret]).
Sale to Lady Carteret of 1½ acre land known as Halfeshide.
Endorsements:
G. No. 14
Receipt for £90 31st Jan. 1709.

Receipt for £90.  ACC/0503/123  1709-1710

Contents:
1) Francis Ashby.
2) Lady Elizabeth Carteret.
½ acre of Pasture.
1 acre Copyhold pasture.
Endorsement: G. No. 15.

Copy of Court Roll. Admission and Surrender.  ACC/0503/124  1710

Contents:
1) a. Francis Ashby.
b. Judith Ashby.
2) Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Close or Meadow - Halfshide.
1½ acres, adjoining highway leading from Little Hillington to Northolt Common alias "Wooxbridge" Common.
Steward: Henry Cane. Endt: G. No. 16.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/125  1710

Contents:
1) a. Francis Ashby.
b. Judith Ashby.
2. Dame Elizabeth Carteret (relict of Philip, late of the Isle of Jersey, bart.)
Admission of 2) on surrender of 1).
Pasture 1½ acres (Halfeshide). L. of M. Richard Webb and Sir Samuel Dodd.
Steward Henry Cane. Endt: G.No.17.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/126  1716-1717

Contents:
Surrender to Use of Will.
Dame Elizabeth Carteret.
Close or Meadow of 1½ acres.
'Halfeshide'.
Endorsement: G.No.18.

'STONES' FIELD in Swakeley and Colham Manors  [no ref. or date]

Paper Labels. Title to an acre of Copyhold Land in Stones Close -  ACC/0503/127  [n.d.]

Contents:
Very old deeds.

Paper Label  ACC/0503/128  [n.d.]

Contents:
Deeds relating to Stones Close

Schedule of Property.  ACC/0503/129  1669-1765

Contents:
Description of 4½ acres in a close called Stones, Manor of Swakeley, and ½ acre also in Stones in Manor of Colham, both in common field called Little Hillingdon.
Title Deeds.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/130  1674

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne.
Surrender of 1) to uses of Will on 9 July 1669.
4½ acres "Stones".
L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Thomas Tresswallen.
Endorsement: Mr. Cawthorne's copy.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/131  1685

Contents:
1) William Cawthorn to
2) Christopher Cawthorn.
(a) Admission of 2) under Will of 1).
(b) Surrender to Uses of Will.
Admittance of 2) under Will of 1) lying in the parish of Hillingdon (called Stones).
4½ acres.
L. of M. Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsement: Mr. Cawthorne's copy for his land in Swakeley Manor.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/132  1720

Contents:
1) Christopher Cawthorn to
2) William Cawthorn.
Admission of 2) heir of 1) & Surrender to uses of Will.
4½ acres pasture in close called Stones.
L. of M. Robert Vyner, Esq.
Steward: Jabez Goldar.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/133  1726

Contents:
1)a Samuel Arundall and b. Mary Arundall.
2) Hon. John Chetwynd.
Surrender of 1)a. & b. to 2).
Admission 2).
Messuage with barns, garden, etc. and land. 1 acre.
L. of M. Robert Vyner.
Steward: Jabez Goldar.
Dep." Dawson.

Plan. "A map of land belonging to the Hon. John Chetwynd Esq., and Mr. Cawthorn, at Little Hillingdon".  ACC/0503/134  1729

Contents:
[in Stones Drawn by Thomas Line.
Endorsed: "Mr. Cawthorn's surrender to John Chetwynd Esq. 1729".

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/135  1729

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne to
2) John Chetwynd.
Admission and Surrender.
Little parcel of Copyhold land 1r. 12p.
(in close called Stones).
Steward: Jabez Goldar.
Endorsement:
"Taken & examined & a true copy of original".

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/136  1742

Contents:
1) William Cawthorn (deceased)
2) a. Thomas Lane.
b. Jane Lane.
Admission of 2) a.&b. to 4a. 28p. land in close called "Stones".
Inheritance of 2) a.&b. under Will of 1).
"Dwelling house and garden and 3 acres land, my farms and lands called Stones, Horsehaws and High seats".
L. of M. Sarah Lethieullier widow and Benjamin Lethieullier
Steward: Nicholas Blount.

Copy of Court Roll. (later copy).  ACC/0503/137  1742

Contents:
1) a. Thomas Lane.
b. Jane Lane.
2) William Cawthorne.
Admission of 1) a. & b. under Will of 2).
4 acres 28 poles called "Stones"
Inheritance of (1) under Will of (2) as in No. 136.
L. of M. Sarah Lethieullier, widow, & Benjamin Lethieullier /
Steward: Nicholas Blount.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/138  1742

Contents:
John, Lord Chetwynd.
Admission of 1) and surrender to uses of Will.
1 rood 12 poles in close called Stones. L. of M. Sarah Lethieullier, widow, & Benjamin Lethieullier Steward: Nicholas Blount.
Endorsements:
Mr. Cawthorn's heirs pay the quit rent of this land and of the remainder of the land from which this was bought.

Surrender to Use of Will.  ACC/0503/139  1742

Contents:
1) John Chetwynd, Lord Talbot. Copy of Court Roll (later copy) as for No. 138.
L. of M. Sarah Lethieullier, widow and Benjamin Lethieullier.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/140  1759

Contents:
1) John Lane
2) Hon. C. Talbot.
Receipt for Quit Rent.
Receipt for 16/- Quit rent for Stones Field.
Endorsements
Mem. June 12th 1769 Mr. Lane paid to Hon. Mr. Talbot 5/- being due to the Lord of the Manor of Swakely for Quit Rent to Mar. 1763 for Stones Field.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/141  1760

Contents:
1) John Lane (son of Thomas & Jane)
Admission of 1) on death of mother and payment of a fine.
4 acres 28 poles land in close called "Stones".
Lord of Manor: Benjamin Lethieullier Steward: Nicholas Blount.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/142  1760

Contents:
1) Jane Lane, wife of late Thomas.
2) John Lane
Admission of 2)
(at a special Court.)
4 acres 28 poles of land.
Admission of 2) as heir to 1)
Mother, survivor of Thomas).
Lord of Manor: Benjamin Lethieullier
Steward: Nicholas Blount.

Deed of Feoffment.  ACC/0503/143  1764

Contents:
1) John Lane.
2) Hon Miss Frances Chetwynd.
3) Hon. Catherine Talbot (widow and sister of 2.)
Parcels of land exchanged between 1) & 2). Copyhold close "Stones" and 1 rood 17 poles of Freehold land in Spring Close and a small piece of Copyhold land in Colham Manor afterwards given by 2) to 3)
in exchange for close of meadow in Little Hillingdon adjoining highway from Little Hillingdon to Uxbridge. 4 acres.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
Memorandum of quiet possession&seizin.
M.L.R. 30th April 1764/2/276.

Copy of Court Roll. Bond on Surrender.  ACC/0503/144  1764

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
4 acres 28 poles of land in Stones.
1) Seal.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/145  1764

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
Admission & Surrender, copy.
4 acres 28 poles of arable and pasture land in Stones.
Endorsements:
"Admitted for Madm Talbot the 21st Sept. 1764 at a Court 'Blount steward - Jabez Goldar'

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/146  1764

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
Admission of 2) on Surrender of 1).
4 acres 28 poles of arable and pasture land (called Stones).
L. of M. Lethieullier, Benjamin.
Steward: Blunt, Nicholas.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/147  1764

Contents:
1) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
2) John Lane.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
4 acres 28 poles called "Stones".
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: Nicholas Blount

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/148  1774

Contents:
1) Catherine Talbot (daughter of John Chetwynd)
2) Jabez Goldar (Attorney).
Admission of 1) under Will of father, John, Viscount Chetwynd, to one undivided moiety of messuage and arable land.
1 acre.
One undivided moiety being part of estate of late Lord Chetwynd.
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Label. The Marchioness of Rockingham's Admission, etc.  ACC/0503/149  N/D

Contents:
To a Messuage and 1a. 0. 0. 4a. 0.28.
to 1.12.
within the Manor of Swakeley.
Also Weddells&Porcher.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/150  1786

Contents:
1) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham
2) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot, son and heir at law of the Hon. Catherine Talbot.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Undivided moiety of messuage and piece of pasture 1 acre.
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/151  1786

Contents:
1) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham
2) Frances Chetwynd (spinster).
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Undivided moiety of messuage and 1 acre arable or pasture land.
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/152  1786

Contents:
1) Frances Chetwynd (spinster)
2) a. Mary Marchioness of Rockingham (by her Attorney)
b. Charles Bowns.
Surrender of 1) on Admission of 2).
Undivided Moiety 1 rood 12 poles of close called "Stones".
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/153  1786

Contents:
1)a. Mary Marchioness of Rockingham
b. Charles Bowns (Attorney)
2) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Undivided moiety of a little parcel of copyhold land 1 rood 12 poles in a close called "Stones".
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/154  1786

Contents:
1) John Chetwyn Earl Talbot
2) Mary Marchioness of Rockingham.
Admission of 1) as heir of Hon. Catherine Talbot; his surrender to 2) and admission of 2).
4 acres 28 poles in a close called "Stones".
L. of M. Benjamin Lethieullier.
Steward: John Dawson.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/155  1806

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Weddell (sister and heir of Marchioness of Rockingham).
2) Josias Dupre Porcher of Devonshire Place.
Admission of 1) under Will of Marchioness of Rockingham and surrender to 2) who is admitted.
Messuage.
1 acre arable land.
1r. 12p. (formerly Stones).
4a. 28p.
L. of M. Sir Roger Newdigate.
Steward: Joseph Maberly.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/156  1763

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
Memo of Admission of 2) on Surrender of 1).
½ acre arable land in close called Stones.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/157  1764

Contents:
1) Catherine Talbot.
2) John Lane.
Admission of 1) after Surrender out of Court of 2).
½ acre of arable land in close called Stones.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: John Boult.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/158  1764

Contents:
1) Catherine Talbot (Jabez Goldar, Attorney).
2) John Lane. Admn. of 1) on Surr. out of Court of 2).
½ acre of arable land in Close called "Stones".
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: John Bould.
Edward Jennings.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/159  1786

Contents:
1) Mary Marchioness Rockingham.
2) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2) Halfacre of land in close called "Stones".
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Christopher Hill.
Dep." Henry Hunter.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/160  1786

Contents:
1) a. Mary Marchioness Rockingham.
b. Charles Bowns (Attorney).
Admission of 1)a. by 1)b.
1½ acres land in Little Hillingdon Field.
½ acre in close called "Stones".
Lord of Manor: John Dodd.
Steward: Henry Hunter.

(Extracts from Court Roll).  ACC/0503/161  1806-1807

Contents:
1) Josias Dupre Porcher.
2) Elizabeth Weddell.
3) Mary Marchioness Rockingham.
Abstract Title.
1½ acres in Little Hillingdon Field.
½ acre in Close called "Stones".

HORESHAWES, BROOMERS (Messuage) and piece of "STONES"  [no ref.]  1682-1811

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/162  1682

Contents:
1) Sarah Baker.
2) William Lane.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Horse Hawes - 7 acres Pasture.
Lord of Manor: Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsements:
"Mr Bakers Coppy"
"Sara Baker"
Colhams 1682
"Sarah Bakers Admission"
"Horsehawes".

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/163  1685

Contents:
1) William Cawthorn
2) Christopher Cawthorn
Admission of 2) under Will of 1).
Heriotable messuage named Broomers
3 closes of 5 acres.
Close "Stones".
L. of M: Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsements:
Christopher Cawthorns Coppy for his land in Colham.
4th May 1685.
Broomers.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/164  1685

Contents:
1) Christopher Cawthorn.
Surrender to uses of Will of 1).
Tenement called Broomers and 3 Closes, 5 acres, adjoining and ½ acre in close called Stones.
L. of M: Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/165  1690

Contents:
1) Christopher Cawthorne.
2) Sarah Baker.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2). Close of Land called Horseshawes, Close of 7 acres, lying near Buckbridge and Northolt Common.
L. of M: Thomas Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsements:
Copy Ctopher Cawthorn
Admission on the surrender of Sarah Baker 13th Jan. 1690
Horseshawes 7 acres.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/166  1720

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne (brother of 3).
2) Christopher Cawthorne
3) John Cawthorne (son of 2).
Admission of 1) on deaths of 2) and 3).
Messuage called Broomers.
3 Closes of 5 acres
"Stones" ½ acre
"Horseshawes" 7 acres.
L. of M: Webb - John Dodd.
Steward: Benjamin Hall.
Endorsements:
Manor of Colham Cawthornes Admission.
Wm. Cawthorne's Admission as heir of John who was son and heir to Christopher Cawthorne.
3 closes 5 acres.
Stones ½ acres Horseshawes 7 acres.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/167  1729

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne.
Memorandum of Surrender to Uses of Will.
All copyhold messuages and lands.
Customary tenants
Edward Scott & Jabez Goldar.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/168  1741

Contents:
1) a. Thomas Lane
b. Jane Lane.
2) John Lane, son of 1).
3) William Cawthorne.
Admission of 1) a.&b. under Will of 3) by Attorney 2).
-Messuage known as Broomers
3 closes of Meadow 5 acres.
½ acre in Pasture called "Stones"
7 acres in close called Horseshawes.
L of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Charles Pratt.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/169  1741

Contents:
1) a. Jane Lane
b. Thomas Lane (by
c. Attorney John Lane).
2) William Cawthorn.
Admittance of 1) a. & b. by Attorney c. under Will of 2).
Messuage called Broomers.
3 closes of 5 acres, ½ acre in Stones, Close of 7 acres (Horseshawes).
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Charles Pratt.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/170  1752

Contents:
1) John Lane
2) a. Thomas Lane
b. Jane Lane.
Admission of 1) on deaths of 2) a. & b. and Surrender to uses of Will by 1).
Customary Messuage known as Bromers, 3 closes of 5 acres.
½ acre arable land in Close "Stones".
7 acres Pasture, Horseshawes.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Charles Pratt.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/171  1752

Contents:
1) John Lane.
2) a. Thomas Lane
b. Jane Lane.
Admission of 1) on death of 2)b. and Surrender by 1) to uses of Will. House called Bromers.
3 closes of 5 acres.
½ acre called "Stones".
7 acres - Horseshawes.

Copy of extract from copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/172  1769

Contents:
Memo of Surrender to use of Will by John Lane.
4 acres of Meadow at Hillingdon.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/173  1791

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorn.
2) John Lane.
Admittance of 1) by Will of 2) and Surrender by 1) to uses of his Will.
Messuage known as Bromers.
3 closes of 5 acres.
Close Horseshawes 7 acres and divers closes of freehold land containing 24 acres.
L. of M: Fysh De Burgh.
Steward: Allatson Burgh.
Dep. Steward: Christopher Hill.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/174  1796

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorne.
2) John Lane.
Admission of 1) under Will of 2). Close of pasture adjoining the highway to Uxbridge. 4 acres.
L. of M: Fysh De Burgh.
Steward: Allatson De Burgh.

Release & Covenants as to a Copyhold Estate.  ACC/0503/175  1796

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorne
2) Thomas Greene
3) Charles Talbot.
Sale by 1) to 3) with consent of 2) of Estate by Public Auction.
Seals 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £100. Receipt for £2,058.15.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/176  1796

Contents:
1) a. Charles Talbot
b. William Dunn (Attorney)
2) John Fenton Cawthorne.
Admission of 1) by Attorney on Surrender of 2), and surrender by 1) to uses of Will.
Heriotable Messuage called
Bromers. Three closes of 5 acres.
Meadow of 7 acres (Horseshawes)
Meadow of 4 acres, adjoining
highway to Uxbridge.
L. of M: Fysh de Burgh
Steward: Allatson Burgh
Dep. Steward: Christopher Hill.

Survey Plan An Estate belonging to C. Talbot Esq. at Little Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/177  1797

Contents:
Surveyed by T. Hack.
Marginal references to acreage, dates of purchase and names of owners.
Paper 22" x 18".

Deed of Covenant for production of Deeds.  ACC/0503/178  1805

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorne
2) Elizabeth Weddell (widow) devisee and sole executrix of Will of late Marchioness of Rockingham.
Relating to parcels of land in Hillingdon conveyed by 1) to Mary Marchioness of Rockingham on 28 & 29 Sept. 1803.
Schedule of Deeds: 1794-1803.

Articles of Agreement for sale and Purchase.  ACC/0503/179  1804

Contents:
1)a. Rt. Hon. Earl Talbot
b. George Talbot to
2) William Corbett.
Heriotable messuage with 2½ acres.
Two closes (Greenwoods & Pond Close) cottage (purchased of Bonsey and some of it pulled down).
messuage or tenement called Bromers, 3 closes of 5 acres.
Horseshawes 7 acres.
Close of meadow adjoining Highway to Uxbridge, 4 acres.
Two closes of meadow 7a.1r.12p.
Two closes of meadow; also fixtures and fittings in dwellinghouse.
Endorsement:
Receipt for £510.

Plan of Estate at Little Hillingdon, belonging to W. Thompson (?) Corbett, Esq.,  ACC/0503/180  1804 & 1811

Contents:
by J. Chilcott - 1804.
Shows Mansion House, gardens, fields, etc.
Paper, town, 14½" x 18".
Sealed to No. 181.

Plan or "Admeasurement", of three Meadows in Hillingdon Parish,  ACC/0503/181  1804 & 1811

Contents:
the property of ---- Corbett, Esq. - by R. Cooper - 1811.
Tracing paper - sealed to No. 180. 14" x 9½".

Copy Agreement for Sale,  ACC/0503/182  1811

Contents:
1) Alexander Ramsey Robinson & 2) William Norton, to 2) by 1). Meadows.
For 3,000 guineas.

a Memo of Agreement for Sale.  ACC/0503/183  1811

Contents:
1) William Norton (Auctioneer).
2) William Corbett.
3 closes of Freehold Pasture 13a. 2r. 11p. late the estate of A. R. Robinson. £2,034.10. 0.
b) Receipt for 2 years Quit Rent.

SHEPHEARDS HAWE  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/184  1683

Contents:
1) Sir Richard Atkins.
Admission of 1) by Attorney.
Little Close of pasture called Sheapheards Hawe.
L. of M: Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane
Endorsements: H. No. 1.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/185  1686

Contents:
1) Dame Elizabeth Carteret from
2) Sir Richard Atkins.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2), for life reversion to son Philip etc.
Close & Meadow (Shepherds Hawe). 1r.
L. of M: Sir Robert Vyner.
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsements H. no. 2.

Surrender to Uses of Will (2 copies).  ACC/0503/186  1716-1717

Contents:
Lady Elizabeth Carteret.
Pasture One rood in area.
Sheppards Haw.
Endorsements: Surrender
A true copy of the Surrender taken day & yr above written & examined with the original by me. Jabez Goldar. H.No.4.

Label.  ACC/0503/187  [n.d.]

Contents:
Heading
Title to premises called Shepherd's Hawe containing 1 rood now belonging to Marchioness of Rockingham.

PURCHASES BY JOHN CHETWYND EARL TALBOT  [no ref.]  1725-1804

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/188  1725-1726

Contents:
1) a. Elizabeth Grice, Widow of Nicholas.
b. Robert Grice (son and heir of Nicholas)
2) Hon. John Chetwynd.
Close of Pasture Land near Town of Uxbridge - 7 acres called "Cock Close" adjoining highway from Uxbridge to Hillingdon.
Seals 1a. & b.
M.L.R. 14th Jan. 1725.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/189  1726

Contents:
1) a. Elizabeth Grice, Widow of Nicholas.
b. Robert Grice (son and heir of Nicholas)
2) Hon. John Chetwynd.
Close of Pasture Land near Town of Uxbridge - 7 acres called "Cock Close" adjoining highway from Uxbridge to Hillingdon.
Seals 1a. & b.
M.L.R. 14th Jan. 1725.

Assignment of Mortgage Term  ACC/0503/190  1748

Contents:
1) Thomas Rayner
2) Jabez Goldar
3) Rt. Hon. Lord Chetwynd. in trust for 3).
Close of Seven Acres. (Cock Close).
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. certificate 11th July 1748.
Term created in 1692 for years 99
1791

Lease for a year and Release by Exchange.  ACC/0503/191  1742

Contents:
1) James Winstanley.
2) John Viscount Chetwynd.
3 closes of land now one close of 9 acres called "Kings Mires".
1 Seal.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 26th May 1742.
Receipt for £190.

Lease for a year and Release by Exchange.  ACC/0503/192  1742

Contents:
1) James Winstanley.
2) John Viscount Chetwynd.
3 closes of land now one close of 9 acres called "Kings Mires".
1 Seal.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 26th May 1742.
Receipt for £190.

Lease for a Year and Release  ACC/0503/193  1757

Contents:
1) James Winstanley.
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot (widow of Hon. John).
Pieces of Pasture land called Pale Close of 2 acres. 1 Seal.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 23rd April 1757.
Receipt for £115.

Lease for a Year and Release  ACC/0503/194  [n.d.]

Contents:
1) James Winstanley.
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot (widow of Hon. John).
Pieces of Pasture land called Pale Close of 2 acres. 1 Seal.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 23rd April 1757.
Receipt for £115.

Bond for Peaceable Enjoyment of Land Hillingdon  ACC/0503/195  1727-1728

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne &
2) a. John Jemmett.
b. John Crozier.
c. Thomas Crozier.
Exchanged by 1) & 2), i.e. 645 ft. of ground and 1, 890 ft. following the straightening of a crooked water course running through ground adjoining the house of 1).
Seals 2) a.b. & c.
Endorsements:
3rd Jan. 1727
Mr. John Jemmett's.
Mr. John Croziers (Ickenham)
Mr. Thomas Croziers (Watford).
Bond Dat Jan. 2nd 1727.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/196  1730

Contents:
1a) John Crozier.
b) Thomas Crozier to
2) John Chetwynd.
Memo of Admission of 2) and Surrender of 1a) & 1b).
Two third parts in 3 Parts of land seven ¼ poles 64 ft., lying at west end of the garden of Nicholas Bass.
Customary tenants Jabez Goldar & Samuel Ogborn.
Endorsements:
1) This is a true copy.
2) Whether this piece of ground is not included in the purchase made since by Mr. Talbot of the Croziers & Hills.
If so - this Surrender is of little use.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/197  1749

Contents:
1) William Crozier, deceased.
2) Thomas Crozier, 2nd son of John Crozier of Ickenham the younger, one of devisees of Will of 1).
3) John Crozier, son of William Crozier late of "Hersees" in Hillingdon, another devisee of Will of 1).
4) Frances Nelson nee Crosier, daughter of Michael Crosier (uncle of 3) and brother of 3)'s father William) another devisee of Will of 1), and her husband James Nelson.
5) John Jemmitt
6) a. Mary Hill, nee Jemmitt, daughter of 5), and her husband.
b. Christopher Hill.
Admission of 2) and 3) as heirs of Devisees of Will of 1) to two equal third shares of 1's property. On death of 4), who was heir to the remaining third, her share was sold to 5) who devised it by Will to 6a). Recovery suffered by 6) a & b, who are admitted.
1) died seized of:- Messuage called Shammonds in Little Hillingdon, 1½ acres in Little Hillingdon Field, Close 4 acres, 7 acres in Cowley Field adjoining highway from Uxbridge to Great Hillingdon, 5 acres arable land adjoining the same divided only by footpath, messuage called Cottons with 2 parcels of meadow 8 acres in Cowley Field adjoining, and 1 close of 2 acres, one cottage near Cowley Field bought of William Gateman, messuage etc. bought of Thomas and Elizabeth Norrington in Little Hillingdon.
1) devised all copy tenements (excepting the cottage etc. at Little Hillingdon in tenure of Thomas Phillips, senior), after death of Wife Elizabeth, to John, William and Michael Crosier.
L. of M. John Dodd.
Steward: Charles Pratt.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/198  1757

Contents:
1) a. John Crozier, brother of 2)
b. Nicholas Blount (Attorney).
2) Thomas Crozier.
Admission of 1a) on death intestate of 2) to one third part of messuage called "Shammonds", 1½ acres land in Little Hillingdon Field, 4 acres pasture, 7 acres (Cowley Field).
5 acres Messuage called "Cottons".
8 acres (Cowley Fields), 2 acres & Cottage.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: John Boult.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/199  1760

Contents:
1) John Boult (Steward) &
2) Jabez Goldar (Deputy Steward).
3) a. John Crozier (of Cowley)
b. John Crozier (of Ickenham)
c. Christopher & Mary Hill.
4) The Hon. Frances Chetwynd.
Deputation to take a Surrender & Copy.
2) appointed by 1) to take a Surrender out of Court from 3) a.b. & c. to 4) of heriotable messuage "Shammonds" 1½ acres of land in Little Hillingdon Field. 4 acres of Close.
Endorsements: Notes on Quit Rent.
Quit Rent 1. 0. 7. which has not been paid since the admission of the Croziers in June 1749 so that there was eleven years quit rent due Michaelmas 1760.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/200  1760

Contents:
1) John Boult (Steward) &
2) Jabez Goldar (Deputy Steward).
3) a. John Crozier (of Cowley)
b. John Crozier (of Ickenham)
c. Christopher & Mary Hill.
4) The Hon. Frances Chetwynd.
Deputation to take a Surrender & Copy.
2) appointed by 1) to take a Surrender out of Court from 3) a.b. & c. to 4) of heriotable messuage "Shammonds" 1½ acres of land in Little Hillingdon Field. 4 acres of Close.
Endorsements: Notes on Quit Rent.
Quit Rent 1. 0. 7. which has not been paid since the admission of the Croziers in June 1749 so that there was eleven years quit rent due Michaelmas 1760.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/201  1760

Contents:
1) The Hon. Miss Frances Chetwynd.
2) a. John Crozier of Cowley.
b. John Crozier of Ickenham.
c. Christopher & Mary Hill.
Memo of Admission of 1) on Surrender out of Court of 2) and copy.
Heriotable messuage called "Shammonds" 1½ acres land.
4 acres close.
Deputy Steward: Jabez Goldar.
Endorsement:
Receipt for £640.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/202  1760

Contents:
1) The Hon. Miss Frances Chetwynd.
2) a. John Crozier of Cowley.
b. John Crozier of Ickenham.
c. Christopher & Mary Hill.
Memo of Admission of 1) on Surrender out of Court of 2) and copy.
Heriotable messuage called "Shammonds" 1½ acres land.
4 acres close.
Deputy Steward: Jabez Goldar.
Endorsement:
Receipt for £640.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/203  1760

Contents:
1) Miss Frances Chetwynd.
2) a) John Crozier
b) Michael Crozier
c) Christopher & Mary Hill (nee Jemmett).
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2) a) b) & c).
Heriotable messuage called "Shammonds".
4 acres pasture land.
1½ acres land.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: John Boult.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/204  1760

Contents:
1) The Hon. Frances Chetwynd
2) a) John Crozier by Attorney Michael Crozier
b) John Crozier
c) Christopher & Mary Hill.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2) a) b) c) and Surrender to Uses of her Will.
Heriotable Messuage called Shammonds.
1½ acres land.
4 acres Close.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: John Boult.

Certificate (Copy)  ACC/0503/205  1818

Contents:
by Accountant General of Court of Chancery that, under Act of 48 Geo. III, to convey the freehold and copyhold estates devised by Will of John Crozier, deceased, the purchaser, William Thompson Corbett, had paid into Bank of England £1,100.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/206  1770

Contents:
1) Hon Frances Chetwynd
2) Clement Winstanley
Admittance of 1) on Surrender of 2). and copy.
Heriotable messuage
2½ acres of land
Two closes 5½ acres called Green woods and Pond Close.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Edward Jennings.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/207  1770

Contents:
1) Hon Frances Chetwynd
2) Clement Winstanley
Admittance of 1) on Surrender of 2). and copy.
Heriotable messuage
2½ acres of land
Two closes 5½ acres called Green woods and Pond Close.
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Edward Jennings.

Agreement to exchange land.  ACC/0503/208  1763

Contents:
1) Hon. Frances Chetwynd
2) John Lane.
1) agrees to exchange one piece of meadow ground to 2) for one piece of arable ground and payment of £15 difference in Value.
Endorsement:
Receipt for £15.

Bond on Surrender of a Close.  ACC/0503/209  1763

Contents:
1) Hon. Miss Frances Chetwynd
2) John Lane.
One close of Meadow adjoining Highway leading to Uxbridge, 4 acres.
Endorsement:
Close containing 4 acres.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/210  1763

Contents:
1) John Lane
2) Hon. Frances Chetwynd.
Surrender out of Court by 2) to the use of 1).
4 acres Close adjoining highway leading to Uxbridge.
Deputy Steward: Jabez Goldar.
Endorsement:
Close adjoining highway containing 4 acres.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/211  1764

Contents:
1) John Lane
2) Miss Frances Chetwynd.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
One close of meadow of 4 acres adjoining highway to Uxbridge.
L. of M. John Dodd. Steward: John Boult.

Articles of Agreement to Surrender for sale.  ACC/0503/212  1774

Contents:
1) William Bonsey
2) Sarah Bonsey
3) Hon. Frances Chetwynd.
Messuage and Copyhold Cottages.
Conditions of payment over a period.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements: March 6th 1775
Receipt for £13.12. 0 interest on £290.
Covenant to pay total sum
28th March 1776.

Deed of Covenants and Assignment of Policy.  ACC/0503/213  1781

Contents:
1) The Hon. Frances Chetwynd
2) Dr. Messenger Monsey of Chelsea College.
Heriotable Messuage 'Shammonds', 1½ acres of land in Little Hillingdon Field, Close adjoining highway, 4 acres, messuage of 2½ acres, 2 closes called Greenwoods and pond close, 2 messuages purchased of Bonsey.
1 Seal.
Endorsements:
Receipt from 1) of £1,500
"Delivered the 2nd December 1799 when the mortgage was paid off.
"This belongs to Dr. Monsey".

Counterpart Deed of Covenants.  ACC/0503/214  1781

Contents:
1) Hon. Frances Chetwynd.
2) Dr. Messenger Monsey.
Consideration of £1,500 paid by 2) to 1).
Copyhold messuage of Shammonds, etc.
2 Seals.

Conditional Surrender for £1,500 and interest.  ACC/0503/215  1781

Contents:
1) Miss Frances Chetwynd.
2) Dr. Messenger Monsey.
Heriotable messuage called Shammonds and 1½ acres.
4 acres Close adjoining highway, other messuage, barns, etc., and 2½ acres, 2 closes Greenwoods and Pond Close, 5½ acres; one other messuage or cottage formerly Winch's, 1½ acres meadow, cottage bought of Bonsey, etc.
1 Seal.

Attested copy Power of Attorney to surrender Copyhold Lands on payment of £500, part of Mortage money.  ACC/0503/216  1785

Contents:
1) a) Hon Frances Chetwynd
b) Dr. Messenger Monsey.
2) Abraham Rhodes.
Heriotable messuage "Shammonds" (now demolished).
1½ acres. Close of 4 acres, etc.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/217  1786

Contents:
1) Monsey, Messenger.
2) John Chetwynd Earl Talbot
3) Frances Chetwynd
4) Mary Marchioness Rockingham.
Surrender by 1) to 2) and 3) on discharge of mortgage on heritable messuage called "Shammonds" (since demolished).
1½ acres land.
4 acres Close.
The Surrender by 2) of 1½ acres in Little Hillington Field to 4).
L. of M: John Dodd.
Steward: Henry Hunter.
Deputy Steward: Christopher Hill.

Extract from "Prerogative Office" (of Canterbury)  ACC/0503/218  1789

Contents:
As to the Administration of the Will and Three Codicils of Messenger Monsey (Dr. of Physic).
Administration of goods in administer and passed Nov. 1798.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/219  1790

Contents:
1) a Edward Johnes
b Esther Johnes, his wife.
2) Ann Bowden.
Admission of 1) a. & b. on death of 2).
Close known as Shammonds Croft (5 acres).
Dadd's Croft 3 acres.
L. of M: Fysh Burgh.
Steward: Allatson Burgh.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/220  1793

Contents:
1) Esther Johnes, widow.
2) Ann Bowden.
Admission of 1) by Will of 2).
Close called Shammonds Croft, (5 acres).
Dodds Croft, 3 acres.
Admission by Attorney.
L. of M: Fysh De Burgh.
Steward: Allatson De Burgh.

Bond for £120, for peaceful possession.  ACC/0503/221  1800

Contents:
1) a. Esther Johnes.
b. Joseph Rider.
2) Charles Talbot.
Two closes Shammonds Croft and Dodds Croft.

Life Insurance Policy - Westminster Society.  ACC/0503/222  1800

Contents:
1) Esther Johnes.
Insurance paid by Charles Talbot on life of 1).

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/223  1801

Contents:
1) Charles Talbot
2) Esther Johnes.
Admission of 1) on Surrender out of Court of 2) and Surrender of 1) to Uses of Will.
Two closes of Meadow, Shammonds Croft 5 acres, Dadds Croft 3 acres.
L. of M: Major John Henniker and John Brett.
Steward: Allatson Burgh.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/224  1804

Contents:
1) Robert Sharp Ainslie
2) a. Charles Chetwynd Earl Talbot
b. Miss Frances Chetwynd.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2) a. & b.
Surrender by 1) to uses of Will.
Tenement called Shammonds and Two Crofts (Shammonds & Dadds) etc., 2) a. & b. having been admitted to these and other premises under Will of Charles Talbot, uncle of 2) a. and nephew of 2) b.
L. of M: Lord Henniker and John Brett
Steward: Allatson De Burgh.
Deputy Steward: Christopher Hill.

Extract from Stewards Bill & Receipt. (Ainslie & Earl Talbot).  ACC/0503/225  1805

Note of sums paid by Mr. Ainslie.  ACC/0503/226  N/D

Schedule of Manor Deeds, 1796-1805,  ACC/0503/227  1805

Contents:
and undertaking to produce them.

Covering letter, Handley to Frere,  ACC/0503/228  1805

Contents:
enclosing Will of Col. Talbot and Schedule of Deeds.

Solicitors Account.  ACC/0503/229  1806

Contents:
R. S. Ainslie to Messrs. Foster Cook & Frere.
Purchase of land at Hillingdon from Ryder.
Attached: Receipt for £52.13. 7. dated 22nd July 1807.

Affidavits.  ACC/0503/230  1806-1807

Contents:
1) Esther Johnes (widow), Plaintiff
2) a) Stephen Lockhart
b) Joseph Allen
c) Richard Jones
d) Ann Rider
e) Bank of England Government.
In Chancery.
Letters. Copies of Birth Certificates, Marriage and Burial of the Johnes & Ryder (Rider) families.
(1753-1807).
1 file.
Endorsement:
Marked In Chancery No. 2.

Covenant to Surrender the Reversion of certain Copyhold premises.  ACC/0503/231  1807

Contents:
1) John Ryder.
2) Robert Sharpe Ainslie.
2 closes of 8 acres now converted into one. (Shammonds Croft and Dadds).
1 Seal.

Affidavit  ACC/0503/232  1815

Contents:
by William Fallows as to Bowden Family.

PURCHASES BY THE MARCHIONESS OF ROCKINGHAM HIGH SEATE, etc.  [no ref.]  1635-1785

Lease for 21 years  ACC/0503/233  1635

Contents:
1) a) Alice, Countess Dowager Derby (grandmother and guardian of Lord Chandos).
b) Lord Chandos.
2) Thomas Rayner
3) William Cawthorn
4) Peter Moulson.
Close of Arable land 23 acres 1 rood (High Seate).
Meadow 2 acres 3 roods.
(High Seat Pightell).
Seals: 1) 3).
Endorsements:
1) "High Seate Lease"
2) Endorsement - Agreement to continue Lease on 1a)'s death by 1)b.
3) Mar. 1654. Assignment of Lease by 3) to 4).
4) Correction as to dating of Lease.

Lease for 99 years.  ACC/0503/234  1653

Contents:
1) a. George, Lord Chandos.
b. John, Lord Lovelace
c. Sir Robert Poyntz and
2) Lancelot Lake.
(Mortgage for £1,000)
Pasture land 14 acres called Lords Field.
Closes, 50 acres, called Shawes.
Closes, 25 acres, called Innings and Ten Acres Whatworths (22a. 3r.), Broadappledree Wood (20a.), 2 closes containing 27a. 2r., Cotterhills Grove 5 acres, Close called High Seate and High Seate Pightale 26 acres.
The Lease from Lord Chandos to Lancelot Lake Esq. (Endorsement)
23rd July 1653.
Lease of premises at Hillindon for 99 years.

Covenant to suffer Recovery to effect Mortgage for £1,000.  ACC/0503/235  1653

Contents:
1) George, Lord Chandos.
2) Lancelot Lake of Cannons.
Closes and parcels of land.
Endorsements:
Writings relating to Colham and Swacliff Manors, viz. Broomers & Stones.

Conveyance  ACC/0503/236  1654

Contents:
1) a. Lord Chandos
b. Dudley Rowse, to
2) William Cawthorne.
Close or Parcel of pasture known as "High Seate" divided into 3 Closes. 23a. 1r. and High Seate Pightle
2a. 3r.
Seals missing.
Endorsements:
"High Seats Material deeds"
Deed of (illegible).

Deed of Bargain&Sale for remainder of term of 99 years.  ACC/0503/237  1654

Contents:
1) a. Lancelot Lake
b. George, Lord Chandos.
2) Edmond Cawthorn.
High Seate 23a. 1r.
High Seate Pightell 2a. 3r.
Sold by 1)a.&1)b. to 2).
Seals: 1)a. 1)b.
Endorsement:
Chandos & Lake assignment.

Feoffment & Bargain & Sale Enrolled.  ACC/0503/238  1654

Contents:
1) a. George, Lord Chandos
b. Dudley Rowse. to
2) William Cawthorne.
Parcels of arable land (Highseate) & High Seate Pightle.
Seals: 1)a. 1)b. damaged.
Endorsements:
4th Aug. 1654 Memorial of Seizin delivered to 2).

Feoffment & Bargain & Sale Enrolled.  ACC/0503/239  1654

Contents:
1) a. George, Lord Chandos
b. Dudley Rowse. to
2) William Cawthorne.
Parcels of arable land (Highseate) & High Seate Pightle.
Seals: 1)a. 1)b. damaged.
Endorsements:
4th Aug. 1654 Memorial of Seizin delivered to 2).

Indenture of Fine.  ACC/0503/240  1654

Contents:
1) a. William Cawthorne
b. William Webbe, Plaintiffs
2) a. George, Lord Chandos
b. Jane, his wife
c. Dudley Rowse, defendants.
54 acres land. 34 acres Meadow.
49 acres of pasture.
Premises at Hillingdon.

Lease for six years.  ACC/0503/241  1681

Contents:
1) William Cawthorn.
2) Richard Whetman.
High Seate, 24 acres, now divided into 6 closes;, High Seate Meade, 3 acres.
Endorsements: 1681
1694
21.
1715
Richard Whetman's Lease of 6 years 21st of---- 1680 Rent of same 22-10

Lease for 11 years (cancelled)  ACC/0503/242  1716

Contents:
1) Christopher Cawthorn to
2) William Bonsey.
The Close called High Seate divided into 6 several closes 24 acres & 3 acres High Seate Meade adjoining, formerly occupied by John Parsons.

Counterpart Lease for 11 years.  ACC/0503/243  1716

Contents:
Christopher Cawthorne (1) & William Bonsey (2).
One field now divided into several closes (High Seat) 24 acres.
High Seat Mead, 3 acres.
Seals: Cancelled.

Counterpart Lease for 11 years of Farm.  ACC/0503/244  1737

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne.
2) William Bonsey.
Field or close 24 acres (High Seat)
Barn and Buildings.
Close 3 acres (High Seat Mead).
Endorsements:
Addition of 5 acre meadow called "Stone" to original lease.

Lease for 21 years.  ACC/0503/245  1785

Contents:
1) John Lane
2) Mary, Marchioness Rockingham.
One field now divided into five called High Seate (24 acres).
Meadow ground (High Seat mead) 3 acres.
1) Seal.

Will and Probate.  ACC/0503/246  1736 - 1740

Contents:
1) William Cawthorne to
2) a. Thomas Lane
b. Jane Lane, his wife & other relatives.
Will made 31st Dec. 1736.
Bequests to 2) a. & b. of 1)s farm and lands at Hillingdon, i.e. Stones, Horseshawes and High Seats; also land in Denham, Bucks; Vacary of Abistead, Lancs, houses in Jerusalem Court, Clerkenwell & in George Court & Gravel Lane; houses in Red Lyon Street and Eagle Street, St. Bennets Hill, Doctors Commons, Knightrider Street. Sundry annuities.
Endorsement:
M.L.R. 9th Dec. 1743.

Will and Probate.  ACC/0503/247  1746 - 1750

Contents:
1) Jane Lane (widow) to
2) a. John Lane (son)
b. Charles Lane (son)
c. Mrs. Jane Hyland (daughter).
Will made 10th March 1746.
Property in Hillingdon left to
2) a. by 1).
Money bequests.
Endorsement:
M.L.R. 22nd May 1805.

Extract from Marriage Settlement "certain estates" - unspecified. John Fenton (of Lancaster) & Frances Delaval (of Seaton Northumberland.  ACC/0503/248  1778

Contents:
1) James Fenton
2) John Fenton
3) a. Sir John Hussey Delaval
b. Miss Frances Delaval.
4) a. Percy, Lord Algernon
b. Sir George Warren.
5) a. Thomas, Earl of Effingham.
b. Henry Plant.
6) a. Sir Edward Ashley
b. John Lane
7) a. Percy, Lord Hugh
b. John Fownes Luttrell.

Copy of Probate of Will and Extract.  ACC/0503/249  1791

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) John Fenton Cawthorne (executor)
Member for Lincoln.
Will made 24th April 1789.
Messuage or dwelling house at Hillingdon and lands there.
Freehold messuage and warehouses in St. John's Street [Clerkenwell] land in Forest of Wiresdale, Lancs.
Includes Charitable bequest 20s. for Hillingdon; £20 to Charity School of St. Sepulchre.
Endorsements:
A true copy 9th July 1794.
M.L.R. 7th May 1805
"Bleosdale to Alexander"
Proved at Drs Commons 28th April 91 July and gives receipt for it 18/-.

Copy of Probate of Will and Extract.  ACC/0503/250  1791

Contents:
1) John Lane to
2) John Fenton Cawthorne (executor)
Member for Lincoln.
Will made 24th April 1789.
Messuage or dwelling house at Hillingdon and lands there.
Freehold messuage and warehouses in St. John's Street [Clerkenwell] land in Forest of Wiresdale, Lancs.
Includes Charitable bequest 20s. for Hillingdon; £20 to Charity School of St. Sepulchre.
Endorsements:
A true copy 9th July 1794.
M.L.R. 7th May 1805
"Bleosdale to Alexander"
Proved at Drs Commons 28th April 91 July and gives receipt for it 18/-.

Attested copy of Mortgage and Reconveyance endorsed.  ACC/0503/251  1794-1803

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorne.
2) Thomas Greene.
3) a. John Ingram Lockhart.
b. George Tennant.
c. John Dowbiggin.
Release of Estates to Executors, i.e. Undividied moiety of Manor of Ellel, Lancs and other property in Lancs. Broomers, etc. in Hillingdon and in St. Sepulchre and St. James Clerkenwell.
(Schedule of property).
Endorsements:
21st Oct. 1803 True & Correct
Copies of originals.
M.L.R. 19th Feb. 1796.
M.L.R. 2nd Aug. 1803.
Schedule of rents and particulars of properties included.

Attested copy of Deed of Trust.  ACC/0503/252  1797

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorne
2) a. John Infram Lockhart
b. James Barrow
c. George Tennant
d. John Dowbiggin
3) Creditors of 1).
Properties in Hillingdon, Lancaster, London.
Schedule included.
Lancs: Lancaster, Caton, Bleasdale, Ellel, Sherton, Marshaw, Over Wyersdale.
Middlesex: Hillingdon, St. John Street in St. Sepulchre, London. St. John's Square in St. James Clerkenwell.
Endorsements:
True copies of original deeds
Oct. 3. 1803.

Conveyance and Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/253  1803

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorn
2)a. John Ingram Lockhart
b. George Tennant.
c. John Dowbiggin
3) Mary, Marchioness Rockingham.
Payment by 3) to 2) a.b.& c. of £2,200. For closes known as High Seat 23 acres
High Seat Pightell 2 acres 3 roods.
Schedule included referring to Lease and Release 20th & 21st June 1797.
Seals: 1) 2) a.b.& c.
Endorsements:
Receipt for £2,200.
M.L.R. 22nd Oct. 1803
M.L.R. 22nd Oct. 1803.

Conveyance and Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/254  1803

Contents:
1) John Fenton Cawthorn
2)a. John Ingram Lockhart
b. George Tennant.
c. John Dowbiggin
3) Mary, Marchioness Rockingham.
Payment by 3) to 2) a.b.&.c. of £2,200. For closes known as High Seat 23 acres
High Seat Pightell 2 acres 3 roods.
Schedule included referring to Lease and Release 20th & 21st June 1797.
Seals: 1) 2) a.b.& c.
Endorsements:
Receipt for £2,200.
M.L.R. 22nd Oct. 1803
M.L.R. 22nd Oct. 1803.

PURCHASE BY PORCHER  [no ref.]  1809

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/255  1690

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Crozier (relict of William)
2) John Crozier (Tenant in Reversion)
3) Sir Phillip Carterett bt. Surrender of 1) & 2) to 3) (draft ?).
5 parcels of land at lower end of orchard of 1)'s dwelling house, a butting west on land of 3).
Steward: Henry Cane.
Endorsement:
G. No. 19.

Attested Copy (made July 1810) of deed to declare uses of Fine.  ACC/0503/256  1765

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
2) Ralph Lodge.
1/4 part of Tavern called the Sun in Milk Street, London, messuage in Cowley and 12 acres land adjoining in Cowley Field, 5 acres in Closes called Hawkins Meadow in Hillingdon and Cowley, 4 Closes in or near Flatworth, near Stratford Bridge in Hillingdon, other closes and lands in or near Hillingdon End, Peele Heath South. Kingston Lane West, Boothes Closes, Cowley Field, Close 5 acres near Water Corn Mill, Horne Field, Uxbridge Common in Hillingdon & Uxbridge; in Smallford Meadow, Cowley; also yearly rent of £30 from Manors and property in Lincs.
Recites Marriage Settlement
"13 & 14 Jan. 1715" Harvey & Clay.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 13 Nov, 1765
B.6. No. 234.

Attested copy (made Aug. 1810) of Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/257  1765

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Wheeler
2) Benjamin Rosewell.
1/4 share and part share in property in London, Hillingdon and Lincoln.
Endorsement:
Certified a true copy
1st Aug. 1810.

Attested Copy (made 7 Aug. 1810) of Release and two Deeds Poll.  ACC/0503/258  1765-1767

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
2) Benjamin Rosewell.
Mortgage of 1/4 share of Tavern "The Sun" in Milk Street, London.
Messuages and land in Hillingdon and Cowley. Rent from lands in Lincs, as in ACC/503/256.
Endorsements:
Certified a true copy 7.8.1810.
M.L.R. 2nd Oct. 1767.

Lease for 21 years  ACC/0503/259  1766

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey
2) Hon. Catherine Talbot.
½ acre in Lower Field.
Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
Commence Ladyday 1766.
For Years 21/1787.
Expires Lady Day.
Rent per Ann. £1 - 0 - 0.

Attested Copy (made July 1810) of Deed declaring the Uses of a fine.  ACC/0503/260  1767

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey (the youngster)
2) Ralph Lodge.
3/4 of several messuages and lands, i.e., The Sun, Milk Street, messuage and lands in Hillingdon and Cowley and Rent in Lincs as in No. 256.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 25 Feb. 1767.
Certified a True Copy 31/7/1810.

Attested Copy (made Aug. 1810) of Release and Assignment with endorsement and Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/261  1767

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey (the younger)
2) Flower Freeman.
1/4 part of Houses and Lands in London (Sun, Milk Street)
Middlesex (Hillingdon & Cowley) and Lincs.
As in ACC/503/256.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 29th April 1768
Certified true copy 6th Aug. 1810.

Attested Copy (made Aug. 1810) of Release and Assignment with endorsement and Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/262  1767

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey (the younger)
2) Flower Freeman.
1/4 part of Houses and Lands in London (Sun, Milk Street)
Middlesex (Hillingdon & Cowley) and Lincs.
As in ACC/503/256.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 29th April 1768
Certified true copy 6th Aug. 1810.

Attested copy (made Aug. 1810) of Deed declaring uses of a Fine.  ACC/0503/263  1768

Contents:
1) William Harvey
2) Ralph Lodge
1/4 part of lands in London (Sun, Milk Street) Middlesex (Hillington & Cowley) and Lincoln - As in ACC/503/256.
M. L. R. 28 Sept. 1768
Certified true copy. 11th Aug. 1810
Endorsements.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810) of Lease for a year and Release for making a Tenant to the Precipe for suffering three Recoveries.  ACC/0503/264  1769

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey (younger)
2) Flower Freeman
3) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey, sister of 1))
4) Benjamin Rosewell
5) Thomas Upton
6) William Rosewell.
One equal fourth part or share, the fourth part in one undivided 4th Part and all the other part or share in Sun Tavern in London and Houses and Lands in Middlesex and Lincoln. (As in ACC/0503/256).
Certified true copy 6th Aug. 1810.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810) of Lease for a year and Release for making a Tenant to the Precipe for suffering three Recoveries.  ACC/0503/265  1769

Contents:
1) Jacob Harvey (younger)
2) Flower Freeman
3) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey, sister of 1))
4) Benjamin Rosewell
5) Thomas Upton
6) William Rosewell.
One equal fourth part or share, the fourth part in one undivided 4th Part and all the other part or share in Sun Tavern in London and Houses and Lands in Middlesex and Lincoln. (As in ACC/0503/256).
Certified true copy 6th Aug. 1810.

Attested Copy (made Aug. 1810) of Demise and Assignment.  ACC/0503/266  1769

Contents:
1) William Harvey
2) William Mellish
Undivided 4th Part etc., in various properties in London, Middlesex & Lincs (as in ACC/503/256) and also in premises in St. Michael Wood Street, London, leased from Goldsmith's Company and Dean & Chapter of St. Pauls; also in St. Lawrence Poultney, All Hallows the Less.
Endorsements:
M. L. R. 14th Aug. 1769.
Certified a true copy 13th Aug. 1810.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810)  ACC/0503/267  1770

Contents:
1) William Harvey
2) Robert Parnther
3) Edward Kitchin
4) William Mellish
Lease for a Year and Release.
Undivided Fourth Part & other parts of lands and premises in Cowley Hillingdon & Uxbridge.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 14th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 3rd March 1770.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810)  ACC/0503/268  1770

Contents:
1) William Harvey
2) Robert Parnther
3) Edward Kitchin
4) William Mellish
Lease for a Year and Release.
Undivided Fourth Part & other parts of lands and premises in Cowley Hillingdon & Uxbridge.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 14th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 3rd March 1770.

Attested Copies of Lease for a year and Release (made Aug. 1810).  ACC/0503/269  1770

Contents:
1) Samuel Clay Harvey
2) William Harvey
3) Jacob Harvey
4) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
5)) a. Benjamin Rosewell
b. Ralph Lodge.
Messuages and lands in Hillingdon
Rent from Manors and lands in Lincolnshire.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 13th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 5th Oct. 1770.

Attested Copies of Lease for a year and Release (made Aug. 1810).  ACC/0503/270  1770

Contents:
1) Samuel Clay Harvey
2) William Harvey
3) Jacob Harvey
4) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
5) a. Benjamin Rosewell
b. Ralph Lodge.
Messuages and lands in Hillingdon
Rent from Manors and lands in Lincolnshire.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 13th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 5th Oct. 1770.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810) of Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/271  1770

Contents:
1) Samuel Clay Harvey
2) William Duncombe
3) Thomas Parker
Deed to make a tenant to the Precipe to suffer a recovery.
Barring Estates of Sixteenth part of the properties in Hillington, Cowley & Uxbridges.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 17th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 19th Dec. 1770.

Attested Copies (made Aug. 1810) of Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/272  1770

Contents:
1) Samuel Clay Harvey
2) William Duncombe
3) Thomas Parker
Deed to make a tenant to the Precipe to suffer a recovery.
Barring Estates of Sixteenth part of the properties in Hillington, Cowley & Uxbridges.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 17th Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 19th Dec. 1770.

Attested Copy (made Aug. 1810) of Assignment of Mortgage for sum of £508.13.6.  ACC/0503/273  1770

Contents:
1) William Harvey
2) William Mellish
3) William Crozier
4) Jabez Goldar.
To be paid by 2) to 3).
One undivided fourth part & one undivided fourth part of one other fourth part.
Messuages and lands in Cowley and Hillingdon.
Endorsements:
Certified true copy 15 Aug. 1810.
Receipt for £508.13.6.
M. L. R. 18th Dec. 1770.

Release (copies of) & Leases for one year.  ACC/0503/274  1770

Contents:
1) Daniel Zachary.
2)a. Benjamin Rosewell
b. Ralph Lodge
3) Flower Freeman
4) Samuel Clay Harvey
5) William Harvey
6) Jacob Harvey the younger
7) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
8) William Crozier.
Lease & Release (503/275 & 276) between 1), 2) a.&b., 3), 4), 5), 6) & 7) to 8)
Lease (503/274) 3) to 8).
Payment of £3,718.15. by 8) to 2)a.
Payment of £2,231.5. by 8) to 2)b.
Messuages and lands in Cawley and Hillingdon.
Endorsements:
True copies of original deeds 15th, 17th & 23rd Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 18.12.1770.
Receipts for £3,718.15.
Receipt for £2,231.5.

Release (copies of) & Leases for one year.  ACC/0503/275  1770

Contents:
1) Daniel Zachary.
2)a. Benjamin Rosewell
b. Ralph Lodge
3) Flower Freeman
4) Samuel Clay Harvey
5) William Harvey
6) Jacob Harvey the younger
7) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
8) William Crozier.
Lease & Release (503/275 & 276) between 1), 2) a.&b., 3), 4), 5), 6) &7) to 8)
Lease (503/274) 3) to 8).
Payment of £3,718.15. by 8) to 2)a.
Payment of £2,231.5. by 8) to 2)b.
Messuages and lands in Cawley and Hillingdon.
Endorsements:
True copies of original deeds 15th, 17th & 23rd Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 18.12.1770.
Receipts for £3,718.15.
Receipt for £2,231.5.

Release (copies of) & Leases for one year.  ACC/0503/276  1770

Contents:
1) Daniel Zachary.
2)a. Benjamin Rosewell
b. Ralph Lodge
3) Flower Freeman
4) Samuel Clay Harvey
5) William Harvey
6) Jacob Harvey the younger
7) Elizabeth Wheeler (nee Harvey)
8) William Crozier.
Lease & Release (503/275 & 276) between 1), 2) a.&b., 3), 4), 5), 6) &7) to 8)
Lease (503/274) 3) to 8).
Payment of £3,718.15. by 8) to 2)a.
Payment of £2,231.5. by 8) to 2)b.
Messuages and lands in Cawley and Hillingdon.
Endorsements:
True copies of original deeds 15th, 17th & 23rd Aug. 1810.
M. L. R. 18.12.1770.
Receipts for £3,718.15.
Receipt for £2,231.5.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/277  1779

Contents:
1) Edward Hilliard, the elder
2) John Crosier&John Way.
Messuages and lands at Rudge and Rudge Heath in Froxfield, Wilts, at Elmsdown, Hill Park, Ramsbury Park in Ramsbury, Wilts and in Scot Pores in Chute, Wilts.
3 messuages in Milford Lane in St. Clement Danes, Middlesex.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/278  1779

Contents:
1) Miss Elizabeth Stafford Crosier
2) John Crosier and John Way.
Crowley House, Cowley, with garden, etc., formerly 3 closes shooting to River from RabbsMill to Cowley Hall Mill, fishing rights in river from Hawkins Hole to Gidds Washing Block; also other cottages and lands in Cowley Field, Hawkins Mead, Flatworth Close, Booths Close, Close of Pasture near Corn Mill called Rabbs Mill, land in Horne field near Uxbridge Common, in Hillingdon and Cowley, formerly the estate of Jacob Harvey; also undivided moiety of lands in Cowley Field, Upper Field & Bidwell Field in Hillingdon & Cowley in Halls Close and Ridings in Harefield; in Browns Close and Little Ridings in Ruislip; 2 closes in Ickenham.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/279  1779

Contents:
1) Edward Hilliard Esq.
2) John Crosier and John Way.
2 acres Copyhold land in Gunfield near King David's Fort, Ratcliff; 14 copyhold messuages in Manor of Stepney.

Marriage Settlement (Release)/(between 2) & 3) Edward Hilliard (the younger) Miss Elizabeth Stafford Crosier.  ACC/0503/280  1779

Contents:
Property in Middlesex in St. Clement Danes, Cowley, Harefield, Hillingdon, Ickenham, Ruislip, Stepney (including Ratcliff): in Wilts in Chute, Froxfield and Ramsbury as set out in the Leases for a year of 30th July, i.e. Nos. 277 - 279.
Parties :
1) Edward Hilliard (the elder, Oilman)
2) Edward Hilliard (the younger)
3) Miss Elizabeth Stafford Crosier
4) a) John Crosier
b) John Way
5) a) Joseph Partridge
b) William Samuel Towers.
Endorsements:
M. L. R. 20 Aug. 1779/4/271.
25 Mar. 1808. Appmt. of new trustees.

Lease for seven years and Counterpart.  ACC/0503/281  1796

Contents:
1) Edward Hilliard
2) Mary, Marchioness Rockingham.
Several Closes "Randalls"
10a. 1r. 10p.
"Nine Acres" 8a. 3r. 14p.
4a. 2r. 30p.
5a. Or. 35p.
"Barnfield" 6a. Or. 21p.
Meadowland 30p. part of "Hundred acres" adjoining the canal of 2).
See Plans Nos. ACC/503/447 & 8. Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
1) 13th May 1803. Further agreement between 1) and 2) for a period of seven years.

Lease for seven years and Counterpart.  ACC/0503/282  1796

Contents:
1) Edward Hilliard
2) Mary, Marchioness Rockingham.
Several Closes "Randalls"
10a. 1r. 10p.
"Nine Acres" 8a. 3r. 14p.
4a. 2r. 30p.
5a. Or. 35p.
"Barnfield" 6a. Or. 21p.
Meadowland 30p. part of "Hundred acres" adjoining the canal of 2).
See Plans Nos. ACC/503/447 & 8. Seals 1) 2).
Endorsements:
1) 13th May 1803. Further agreement between 1) and 2) for a period of seven years.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/283  1807

Contents:
1) a. Joseph Ashby Partridge
b. Edward Hilliard (Junior)
c. Edward Hilliard (senior)
2) Josias Du Pre Porcher.
4 Closes.
Flatworth 4 acres, near Stratford Bridge,
2 closes of 9 acres adjoining,
13 acres Close 13 acres
2 closes of 20 acres at London Road Hillingdon End and bounded on North by a brook.
Total about 43 acres, some land having been)
Seals: 1)a. b. & c. taken for road.)

Release and Assignment for Term of 1,000 years and Covenant to Produce Title Deeds.  ACC/0503/284  1807

Contents:
1) Joseph Ashby Partridge
2) a. Edward Hilliard (younger)
b. Edward Hilliard (father)
3) Josias du Pre Porcher
4) Edwin Dawes
5) a. John Fearne and Anna Maria (wife)
b. Lewis Bishop and Sarah (wife)
6) Thomas Dawes.
Purchase of Lands by 3) from 1) and 2)a. as in 283.
Schedule of Deeds attached from 13th & 14th Jan. 1715 to 4th & 5th Aug. 1806.
Seals: 1) 2) a. b. 3) 4) 5) a. & Arm. b).
M.L.R. 27th July 1807.
Receipt for £6,300.

Lease for a year and Release by way of Mortgage for £4,200.  ACC/0503/285  1807

Contents:
1) Josias Du Pre Porcher
2) Edwin Dawes
3) Edward Hilliard (senior)
4) a. Joseph Ashby Partridge
b. Edward Hilliard (junior)
5) Thomas Dawes.
4 several closes.
Flatworth 4 acres, 2 closes of 9 acres, Thirteen acres 13 acres
Two closes of 20 acres, which now constitute only 4 fields, and 43 acres.
Seals: 1) 2) 3) 4a) 4b).
Endorsements: M.L.R.
27th July 1807.
Receipt for £4,200.

Lease for a year and Release by way of Mortgage for £4,200.  ACC/0503/286  1807

Contents:
1) Josias Du Pre Porcher
2) Edwin Dawes
3) Edward Hilliard (senior)
4) a. Joseph Ashby Partridge
b. Edward Hilliard (junior)
5) Thomas Dawes.
4 several closes.
Flatworth 4 acres, 2 closes of 9 acres, Thirteen acres 13 acres
Two closes of 20 acres, which now constitute only 4 fields, and 43 acres.
Seals: 1) 2) 3) 4a) 4b).
Endorsements: M.L.R.
27th July 1807.
Receipt for £4,200.

Lease for a year and Release and Transfer of Mortgage in fee.  ACC/0503/287  1807

Contents:
1) a. Joseph Ashby Partridge
b. Edward Hilliard (the elder)
2) Edward Hilliard (the younger)
3) Lewis Way
4) Josias du Pre Porcher.
4 closes of Meadow Ground.
1 close Flatworth 4 acres.
2 closes of 9 acres
13 acres
2 closes of meadow land 20 acres.
Seals: 1a) b) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
18th & 19th Sept. 1809 between 3) & 4). M.L.R.
M.L.R. 1807. Nov. 6th.

Lease for a year and Release and Transfer of Mortgage in fee.  ACC/0503/288  1807

Contents:
1) a. Joseph Ashby Partridge
b. Edward Hilliard (the elder)
2) Edward Hilliard (the younger)
3) Lewis Way
4) Josias du Pre Porcher.
4 closes of Meadow Ground.
1 close Flatworth 4 acres.
2 closes of 9 acres
13 acres
2 closes of meadow land 20 acres.
Seals: 1a) b) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
18th & 19th Sept. 1809 between 3) & 4). M.L.R.
M.L.R. 1807. Nov. 6th.

Label.  ACC/0503/289  [n.d.]

Contents:
Hillingdon
Lands purchased of Mr. Hilliard by Mr. Porcher (1810?).

OTHER PURCHASES BY R. H. COX  [no ref. or date]

Deed of Bargain & Sale for a Year. (Copy)  ACC/0503/290  1704

Contents:
1) Robert Beale
2) a. William Nutt.
b. Mathew Cane.
Lately built messuage (heretofore a cottage) and Two closes of Meadow Land. Shawes (11 acres).
As in 291.
Endorsements:
Shawes Hillingdon in ink
No. 1 in pencil
No. 34 in ink.
"12 Jany. 1704 Anno 3rd Anne
Being a Coppy of my Grant of Bargain & Sale for a year to my brother William Nutt & -- of my new house & two closes called the Shawes etc."

Release (being a post-marriage Settlement).  ACC/0503/291  1704

Contents:
1) Robert Beale
2) a. William Nutt.
b. Mathew Cane.
3) a. Samuel Nicoll
b. Margaret Nicoll (nee Beale) From 1) to 2a) 2b) to the use of 3a) in consideration of marriage to 3b).
Messuage lately built with brick near Uxbridge or Northolt Common with use of "Stop & Cocks" on the Common and of spring and pond water, etc;
2 closes called Shawes, 11a., purchased from Edelen.
Seals: 1, 2a, 2b. & 3.

Copy extract of Will of  ACC/0503/292  1708

Contents:
1) Sir Richard Newdigate of Arbury, Warwickshire, Testator.
Executors: William Stephens Son in law of 1) and Henrietta, wife of 1).
(1) £50 p.a. to "innocent and much abused son Gilbert" out of part of Manor of Tedingworth near Bosworth, Leics, forming part of the £100 p.a. he had settled on son Francis when a lieutenant.
(2) Nothing bequeathed to eldest son, disobedient and ungrateful and his most inveterate and implacable enemy," nor to his daughters who have supported him in his "hellish contrivances".
(3) Son "R.N." to enjoy his "Coal work" provided he pay executors £600 p.a.

Conveyance.  ACC/0503/293  1717

Contents:
1) Juliana Newdegate (widow, nee Beale)
2) George Newdegate and his heirs.
Messuage or tenement on Uxbridge Common.
Three closes of meadow of 13 acres.
"Brook Mead" 2 acres.
Endorsements:
"Examined and compared with the original deed this 8th day of June 1799 & attested to be a true copy thereof."

Lease for a Year to vest possession in order to accept Release, and Release.  ACC/0503/294  1733

Contents:
1) George Newdegate &
2) Samuel Nicoll.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common.
3 closes of meadow land of 13 acres.
Moiety of house and lands at Midley Kent.
Endorsements:
"Examined and compared with original deed 8th June 1799.".
294. Marked No. 5 in pencil
295. Marked No. 5 & 6)
6 )

Lease for a Year to vest possession in order to accept Release, and Release.  ACC/0503/295  1733

Contents:
1) George Newdegate &
2) Samuel Nicoll.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common.
3 closes of meadow land of 13 acres.
Moiety of house and lands at Midley Kent.
Endorsements:
"Examined and compared with original deed 8th June 1799.".
294. Marked No. 5 in pencil
295. Marked No. 5 & 6)
6 )

Recovery.  ACC/0503/296  1733

Contents:
1) Perriman Simpson (Demandant)
2) Samuel Nicholl (Tenant)
3) George Newdigate (Vouchee).
Messuage and 20 acres.
Endorsements:
"Examined & compared with the original Recovery, June 8th 1799.
Marked No. 7 in pencil.
No. 3 in ink.

Copy of Will of George Newdegate of Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/297  1734

Contents:
Proved 9th April 1736.
Messuage and closes at Hillingdon to son Jenkyn Newdegate, remainder to wife Sarah; reversion to Samuel Nicoll, Kinsman.
Other bequests include property in Notts (Haughton), Derbyshire (Kirk Halland), Kent (Manor of Cheyne and Cheyne Court).
£20 to poor of Parish of Hillingdon.

Deed to lead to uses of a fine.  ACC/0503/298  1740

Contents:
1) a. Sarah Newdegate.
b. Samuel Nicoll.
2) Thomas Parker.
Messuage.
3 Closes of 13 acres.
Brook Mead 2½ acres.
(48 acres in all).
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with the original deed. 8th June 1799.
"Attested copy No. 9, in pencil. 4, in ink

Copies of fines.  ACC/0503/299  1740

Contents:
1) Thomas Parker (Plaintiff)
2) a. Sarah Newdegate (Deforciant)
Samuel Nicoll.
One Messuage One Dovehouse
Two barns Three stables
4 gardens. 16 acres land
16 acres meadow
16 acres pasture.
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with the original and attested to be a true copy 8th June 1799. No. 9 in pencil 5 in ink.

Copies of fines.  ACC/0503/300  1740

Contents:
1) Thomas Parker (Plaintiff)
2) a. Sarah Newdegate (Deforciant)
Samuel Nicoll.
One Messuage One Dovehouse
Two barns Three stables
4 gardens. 16 acres land
16 acres meadow
16 acres pasture.
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with the original and attested to be a true copy 8th June 1799. No. 9 in pencil 5 in ink.

Extract of Will of Sam Nicoll of Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/301  1756

Contents:
House with dovecot etc. on Uxbridge Common and 2 closes formerly 3 fields etc. to wife Sarah, reversion to cousin Edgar Edlyne and heirs.
Endorsed:
"Examined & compared with original extract 8th June 1799.
"Proved 20th Oct. 1758 in pencil. plain extract. 10.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/302  1762

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) William Mellish.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common and various closes including Brook Meadow - in all 49 acres.
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with original deed 8th June 1799.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/303  1762

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) William Mellish.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common and various closes including Brook Meadow - in all 49 acres.
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with original deed 8th June 1799.

Counter part Grant of £240 p.a. Rent Charge.  ACC/0503/304  1763

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Thomas Bythesea.
Various Messuages.
66 acres of land.
Endorsements:
Examined and compared with original grant 8th June 1799 Schedule of Rentals included and Particulars of Properties.

Reconveyance on Death of 1)'s Father.  ACC/0503/305  1763

Contents:
1) William Mellish
2) Sam Nicoll Edlyne.
Messuage. 14 acres land
Brook Meadow 3 acres etc.
Endorsements:
"Examined & compared with the original Reconveyance 8th June 1799".
Certificate of Registration 10th Nov. 1763.

(Copy of) Indenture of Fine.  ACC/0503/306  1763

Contents:
1) Thomas Bythesea
2) a. Samuel Nicoll Edlyne
b. Margaret (his wife)
10 messuages and 300 acres at Uxbridge.
6 acres at Hillingdon
3 messuages and 600 acres in Kent.
4 messuages (part of) 200 acres in Hertford.
5 messuages 240 acres in Bucks.
Endorsements:
"Examined and compared with the original Indenture 8 June 1799 & attested to be a true copy."

Deed to lead to Uses of 5 Recoveries re properties mentioned in Will of late Samuel Nicoll  ACC/0503/307  1765

Contents:
-1) Sarah Nicoll (widow of Samuel)
2) Edgar Edlyne
3) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
4) James Garth
5) Elisha Biscoe.
Messuages and 2 closes of 14 acres near Uxbridge Common.
Brook Mead 2½ acres.
2 closes of 11 acres - Shaws.
Close 2 acres called Freeshaws.
2 closes of 6 acres at Hillingdon called Upfield or Chequer Close.
Messuage called Cross Keys at Uxbridge and other properties and land in Colham Green, Uxbridge, Hillingdon, Hayes in Middlesex and in Luton, Harpenden, Hertford, Berkhampstead, Chesham, Midley.

Recovery.  ACC/0503/308  1765

Contents:
1) Elisha Biscoe (Demandant)
2) James Garth (Tenant)
3) Sam Nicol Edlyne (Vouchee)
Seven Messuages
40 acres land.
20 acres Meadow
40 acres Pasture and Common.
2 one-third parts of 3 acres.
3 acres pasture.
Endorsements:
"Examined and compared with the original 8th June 1799."

Lease for a Year and Release  ACC/0503/309  1765

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
2 closes of meadow of 14 acres at Uxbridge Common.
2 closes of 11 acres - Shaws.
6 others of 10 acres including 1 acre in Hayes Farm at Luton and other lands in Harpenden, Herts, Chesham (Bucks), Denham (Bucks), Cheyne in Midley (Kent).
Consideration £4,311.
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with original lease 8th June 1799.

Lease for a Year and Release  ACC/0503/310  1765

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
2 closes of meadow of 14 acres at Uxbridge Common.
2 closes of 11 acres - Shaws.
6 others of 10 acres including 1 acre in Hayes Farm at Luton and other lands in Harpenden, Herts, Chesham (Bucks), Denham (Bucks), Cheyne in Midley (Kent).
Consideration £4,311.
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with original lease 8th June 1799.

Copy of Deed of Bargain & Sale.  ACC/0503/311  1765

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
£4,311 and similar lands to those in 308 and 309.
Endorsements:
"Enrolled in Court of Common Pleas Trinity Term 1765.
Receipt by 1) for £4, 311.15.
Examined & compared with original deed June 8th 1799."

Copy of Redemption of Annuity Endorsement.  ACC/0503/312  1765

Contents:
1) Sam Nicol Edlyne
2) Thomas Bythesea.
In consideration of Delivery of Bond and £1, 700 to 2) by 1).
Complete Discharge.
Endorsements:
M. L. R. 15th June 1765.
"Examined & compared with original 8th June 1799."
Endorsement:
1) Inrolled in Common Pleas 1765"
2) Memorial registered 15th Feb. 1799.
3) Examined & compared with original deed 8th June 1799.

Lease for a Year (copy).  ACC/0503/313  1766

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) William Randall.
2 Messuages
Meadow (Brook Mead)
2½ acres.
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with original deed 8th May 1799.

Copy of Release of Mortgage of a Reversion to secure £500.  ACC/0503/314  1766

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) William Randall
2 Messuages and Brook Mead
2½ acres.

Lease for a Year (Copy).  ACC/0503/315  1768

Contents:
1) a. William Randall.
b. Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
2 Messuages.
2½ acres Brook Mead.
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with original deed 8th June 1799

Mortgage for £500.  ACC/0503/316  1768

Contents:
1) William Randall.
2) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
3) Elisha Biscoe
Two Messuages
Brook Mead 2½ acres.
Endorsement:
Memorial registered 1st Dec. 1768.

Further Mortgage for £249.  ACC/0503/317  1769

Contents:
1) Sam Nicol Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe
Messuages lands & hereditaments.
Endorsements:
"Examined & compared with the original Deed & attested to be a true copy thereof this 8th day of June 1799".

Lease for a year. Release of Equity of Redemption.  ACC/0503/318  1769

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common
Meadow of 2 acres, Brookmead,
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with the original deed etc. June 1799.
Certificate of Memorial registered.

Lease for a year. Release of Equity of Redemption.  ACC/0503/319  1769

Contents:
1) Sam Nicoll Edlyne
2) Elisha Biscoe.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common
Meadow of 2 acres, Brookmead,
Endorsements:
Examined & compared with the original deed etc. June 1799.
Certificate of Memorial registered.

Extract from Will of Elisha Biscoe.  ACC/0503/320  1771

Contents:
Messuage on Uxbridge Common to wife; other estates not settled in jointure to son Elisha etc.
Proved 20th Feb. 1776.

Lease for seven years.  ACC/0503/321  1790

Contents:
1) Elisha Biscoe
2) T. Plaskett.
Farm adjoining Uxbridge Common.
Close of 9 acres.
Meadow of 3 acres - Brook mead for the annual sum of £89.

Copy of an Act. (Printed). Impowering Trustees to convey to Sir Joseph Banks, Baronet, a part of the Settled Estates of Elisha Biscoe.  ACC/0503/322  1794

Contents:
Schedules of Property at Heston, Hillingdon, Hounslow, etc.
Hayes, Harrow, Bucks (Denham) Paper. 46 folios.

Inventory.  ACC/0503/323  1796

Contents:
Furniture belonging to Thomas Plaskett "on Uxbridge Common".
Taken by Nathanial Gibson, Auctioneer, Uxbridge.

Agreement Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/324  1797

Contents:
1) Thomas Plaskett
2) Felicia Elizabeth Horne.
Furnished House on Uxbridge Common.
One Close of Pasture 8 acres
One Close Brook Mead 3 acres at rent of £160 p.a.

Assignment of Premises, together with household furniture.  ACC/0503/325  1799

Contents:
1) Thomas Plaskett.
2) Felicia Elizabeth Horne.
Capital messuage at Uxbridge Common.
9 acres meadow.
3 acres meadow, Brook Mead.
Endorsement:
Receipt by 1) for £350.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/326  [n.d.]

Contents:
1) Elisha Biscoe.
2) Felicia Elizabeth Horne (widow).
Messuage or dwellinghouse on Uxbridge Common.
2 closes pasture land 12 acres.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 30th July 1799.

Release  ACC/0503/327  1799

Contents:
1) Elisha Biscoe
2) Felicia Elizabeth Horne (widow of Bishop of Norwich)
Messuage on Uxbridge Common and lands (12 acres).
Schedule of Deeds
18 Nov. 1717 - to 7&8 April 1769.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £1,500.
M.L.R. certificate.

(Royal assent) An Act for Inclosing and exonerating from Tythes lands in the Parish of Hillingdon Middlesex.  ACC/0503/328  1812

Contents:
52. Geo III. 1812.
Paper. 38 pages with pencil notes.
Endorsed: No. 37-38 in pencil.
Mr. Horne
27 May 1824

Conveyance  ACC/0503/329  1814

Contents:
by 1) a. Thomas Chapman
b. William Rott
c. James Trumper
(Commissioners for Hillingdon Inclosure) to
Felicia Elizabeth Horne (Widow).
Piece of waste ground on Common.
3 roots - for access to well and pond.
(Plan in margin). Seals: 1) a. b. c.
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 20 Feb. 1815.
Receipt for £112.10. 0.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/330  1824

Contents:
1) a. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b. George Frere,
Trustees of late Mrs. Horne.
2) a. Felicia Elizabeth Hele nee Horne
b. Maria Horne
c. Sarah Hole
3) Richard Henry Cox.
4) Thomas Wills Walford.
Messuage or dwellinghouse on North side of Uxbridge Common and 2a. 1r. 3p. land.
8a. 2r. 1r. 22p. meadow.
2a. 2r. 3p. Brook Mead.
3 roods of land on Common.
Seals: 1) a.b.c., 2) a.b.c., 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt by 1)a. & 1)b. for £3811.10.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/331  1824

Contents:
1) a. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b. George Frere,
Trustees of late Mrs. Horne.
2) a. Felicia Elizabeth Hele nee Horne
b. Maria Horne
c. Sarah Hole
3) Richard Henry Cox.
4) Thomas Wills Walford.
Messuage or dwellinghouse on North side of Uxbridge Common and 2a. 1r. 3p. land.
8a. 2r. 1r. 22p. meadow.
2a. 2r. 3p. Brook Mead.
3 roods of land on Common.
Seals: 1) a.b.c., 2) a.b.c., 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt by 1)a. & 1)b. for £3811.10.

Deed of Covenant for Production of Title Deeds.  ACC/0503/332  1824

Contents:
1) Elisha Biscoe.
2) a. Rev. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b. George Frere.
3) Richard Henry Cox.
Certain messuage and closes of land on North side of Uxbridge Common.
Schedule of Deeds
4 & 5 Jan. 1789 - 6 Jan. 1815.
Seals: 1) 2) a. 2) b.

Bond of Indemnity for Peaceable enjoyment by 2)  ACC/0503/333  1824

Contents:
1) a. Rev. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b) Maria Horne
c) Sarah Hole.
2) Richard Henry Cox.
Messuage and 12 acres purchased of Sam Nicoll Edlyn by Elisha Biscoe deceased.
Seals: 1)a. b. & c.

Indentures of Fines.  ACC/0503/334  1828

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox (Petitioner)
2) a. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b. Felicia Elizabeth Hele (Deforciant)
The third part of two messuages, two gardens.
5 acres land.
10 acres meadow.
10 acres pasture.
Consideration £60.
Endorsements:
"Delivered by Proclamation according to the form of the Statute".
"Foster & Co." Middlesex Cox & Hele.
"Cox & Hele" Fine. Trinity term.
6 Geo. 4.

Indentures of Fines.  ACC/0503/335  1825

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox (Petitioner)
2) a. Robert Hele Selby Hele
b. Felicia Elizabeth Hele (Deforciant)
The third part of two messuages, two gardens.
5 acres land.
10 acres meadow.
10 acres pasture.
Consideration £60.
Endorsements:
"Delivered by Proclamation according to the form of the Statute".
"Foster & Co." Middlesex Cox & Hele.
"Cox & Hele" Fine. Trinity term.
6 Geo. 4.

Abstract of Earlier Title  ACC/0503/336  1824

Contents:
The late Mrs. Horne.
Messuage on Uxbridge Common.
Three closes of 13 acres.
2½ acres of Brook Mead. Recites
Deeds 18 Nov. 1717- Michaelmas 1740
Endorsements:
"R. H. Cox Esq.
19th June 1824.

Abstract of Title.  ACC/0503/337  1824

Contents:
Trustees of the late Mrs. Horne.
Messuages and 17 acres adjoining Brook Lane on Uxbridge Common
Recites deeds 9 Feb. 1756 - 3 May 1824.
Endorsements:
For the perusal of Mr. Walford on behalf of Mr. Cox, purchases.

Supplement to the Abstract.  ACC/0503/338  1824

Contents:
The late Mrs. Horne.
House and 14 acres on Uxbridge Common.
Recites deeds 7 Nov. 1772 - 1794.
Endorsements:
"For the perusal of Mr. Walford on behalf of Mr. Cox".
"R. H. Cox Esq."

Schedule of Title Deeds relating to a cottage and land adjoining Brook Lane, Hillingdon  ACC/0503/339  [n.d.]

Contents:
conveyed to R. H. Cox by the Trustees of the late Mrs. Horne.
Dates of Deeds from 12th & 13th Jan. 1704 to 5th Oct. 1824.

BOTTOM CLOSE Schedule of Deeds  ACC/0503/340  1621-1827

Contents:
to close of land conveyed by Thomas Whittington to Richard Henry Cox on 8 & 9 June 1827 (numbered on Schedule to correspond with Deeds).

Piece of paper marked Bottom Close  ACC/0503/341  [n.d.]

Contents:
Old Deeds & Abstract.

Label on Parcel (marked No. 3)  ACC/0503/342  1827

Contents:
Purchase of Whittington (Thomas) by R. H. Cox Esq.

Deed of Bargain & Sale (Feoffment)  ACC/0503/343  1622

Contents:
1) a. Andrew Norman
b. John Norman
2) Thomas Hobbes
Meadow Land.
3½ acres, adjoining Common called "Northall Common on West" and Hersy Grounds on North and East.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
1) Memorandum of possession (Zeisin).

Deed of Bargain and Sale. Feoffment.  ACC/0503/344  1636

Contents:
1) Thomas Hobbes
2) Richard Styles.
Close of Meadow
3½ acres, adjoining Northall Common on West, etc.
Seals: 1).
Endorsements:
1) Livery of Seisin
2) Memorandum of Witnesses.
3) Note on contents.

Release (Feoffment).  ACC/0503/345  1650

Contents:
1) Richard Stile
2) a. Richard Pope
b. Susan Pope (nee Stile) his wife.
3½ acres of Meadow adjoining West on Northall Common etc.
Seals: 1).
Endorsements:
1) Memorandum of Seizin.

Copy of Will and Testament of Susan Attlee of Ealing, widow.  ACC/0503/346  1702

Contents:
To be buried in Hillingdon Church near first husband Richard Pope.
Bequest to Richard Stiles (Cousin), of Freehold land and messuage in Cowley, 3 acres Copyhold Land in Colham Manor at Hillingdon to John Stile - House and 3 meadows called Hillaries or Ellaries in "Wewsley", 2 acres pasture in More Field, Hillingdon.
To Cousin Susan London - 4 acres freehold land in Colham Field, 7 acres copyhold land in Colham Manor.
To Cousins, Martha, Elizabeth and Mary Hawkins - Bottom Close - 4 acres at the Bottom of Uxbridge Common in Colham Manor.
To daughter in law, Elizabeth Attlee, her share in Lease of Wormeholt, Barnes, Surrey.
To poor of Hillingdon Parish - £5.
To poor of Ealing Parish - £5.
Bequests of household goods, personal goods, money.

Lease for one year.  ACC/0503/347  1729

Contents:
1) a, thomas Page
b. Martha Page
c. Richard Sanders
d. Elizabeth Sanders (his wife)
e. John Buckbeard
f. Mary Buckbeard.
2) William Thorold.
Close or meadow land called Bottom Close - 4 acres.
Seals: 1) a. b. c. d. e. f.
Endorsements:
1) Memorial of Registration.

Release by 1) to 2)  ACC/0503/348  1729

Contents:
1) a. Thomas Page
b. Martha Page (his wife)
c. Richard Sanders
d. Elizabeth Sanders (his wife)
e. John Buckbeard.
f. Mary Buckbeard (his wife)
2) William Thorold.
4 acres meadow land called Bottom Close and covenant to surrender copyhold messuage called Cawcells and appurtenances.
Seals: 1) a. b. c. d. e. f.
Endorsements:
1) Memorandum of Registration.
2) Receipt for £356. 6. 0.

Indentures of Fines.  ACC/0503/349  1729

Contents:
William Thorold (Plaintiff)
Sanders Page (Deforciant)
4 acres pasture with appurtenances.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/350  1729

Contents:
1) William Thorold of Uxbridge, Doctor of Physic.
2) Thomas Keene of Uxbridge, Currier.
4 acres Pasture Land
Bottom Close.
Seals: 1).
Endorsements:
Note on Mortgage between 1) & 2)
Memorandum of Registration.

Bond  ACC/0503/351  1729

Contents:
1) William Thorold to
2) Thomas Keene.
For £315, to observe covenants re Copyhold Messuage and garden.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
Dr. Thorold to Mr. Keene.
19th April 1729 Bond for performance of Covenants.

Copy of Surrender  ACC/0503/352  1729

Contents:
1) William Thorold
2) Thomas Keene.
Copyhold messuage known as Cawcells together with barn and garden.
Endorsements:
Copy of Surrender from Dr. Thorold to Thomas Keene conditioned to pay £315 on the 19th April 1729.

Copy of Will and Codicil. -  ACC/0503/353  1729

Contents:
Proved 3rd March 1729 (1729/30) of Dr. William Thorold of Uxbridge.
1) To be buried in Uxbridge Church.
2) Bequests to wife Mary, reversion to daughter Francis Cook.
Estate to be sold.
Paper 17 folios.

Lease for a year and Release  ACC/0503/354  1732

Contents:
1) Thomas Keene
2) a. William Bowyer
b. Mary Thorold.
3) William Battie. (Tripartite Agreement) Bottom Close.
4 acres meadow land.
Seals: 1) 2) a. & b.
Endorsements:
Memorandum of Registration.
Receipt for £343. 15.
Receipt for £56. 5.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/355  1733

Contents:
1) William Battie
2) Henry Needham.
Bottom Close. 4 acres.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
Memorandum of Registration.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/356  1739

Contents:
1) Joseph Needham.
2) Barnaby Barkwell.
4 acres Close Meadowland.
Bottom Close.
Seal: 1).
Endorsements:
Memorandum of Registration.
Receipt for £150.

Abstract of Title 17 March 1622/3 to 30 & 31 Oct. 1739.  ACC/0503/357  N/D

Contents:
Henry Needham.
4 acres Meadowland
Bottom Close.
Endorsement:
Note. Joseph Needham heir of Henry Needham dec'd.

Lease for a year and Release  ACC/0503/358  1742

Contents:
1) Barnaby Backwell (Barkwell)
2) Samuel Tuffnell
4 acres Meadowland
Bottom Close
(c) Receipt 13 Nov. 1733 for Annuity from Ellinor Shillingford to David Hudson her brother. (enclosed in ACC/503/358a).
Seals: 1.
Endorsements Memorials of Registration.

Lease for a year.  ACC/0503/359  1746

Contents:
1) Samuel Tufnell
2) a. John Harris.
b. Mary Harris (his wife).
Close of Meadow land
4 acres. Bottom Close.
Seal: 1).
Endorsements:
1) Memorial of Registration.

Release  ACC/0503/360  1746

Contents:
1) Samuel Tufnell.
2) a. John Harris
b. Mary Harris (his wife).
Close of Meadow or pasture ground.
4 acres. Bottom Close.
Seals: 1).
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £160.
2) Certificate of Memorial.

Two Final Agreements (Fines)  ACC/0503/361  1746

Contents:
1) John Harris
2) Samuel Tufnell.
4 acres Meadow land.
Endorsements:
1) Delivered by Proclamation according to the Statute.

Copy of Will of Mrs. Elizabeth Whittington of Uxbridge.  ACC/0503/362  1824

Contents:
(Property in Parish of Iver, Bucks)
Richard Whittington one of Executors.

Mortgage of Freehold and Covenant to Surrender Copyhold.  ACC/0503/363  1826

Contents:
1) Thomas Whittington
2) Edward Brown.
1 acre 2 roods.
Cottage Garden and Meadow at Herseys adjoining on east side of Uxbridge Common near a Little Brook; Bottom Close, 4 acres; b) 11 April 1826. Notice to Mrs. Elizabeth Whittington of above Mortgage.
Seals: 1). 2).
Endorsements:
1) Enclosed letter to Elizabeth Whittington (life tenant) (copy) 1826.
2) Memorial of Registration.

Feoffment in Fee with Covenant to levy Fine to exclude Dower.  ACC/0503/364  1827

Contents:
1) a. Thomas Whittington
b. Mary Whittington.
2) Richard Henry Cox.
3) John Drummond.
Close and piece of ground
4 acres - Bottom Close.
Seals: 1) a. 1) b. & 2).
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £350, endorsement of
2) Delivery of Seizin.
3) Memorandum of Registration.

Indentures of Fines.  ACC/0503/365  1827

Contents:
1) R. H. Cox
2) a. Thomas Whittington
b. Mary Whittington.
One messuage
One garden
One orchard
6 acres Meadow.
Endorsements:
1) Delivered by Proclamation according to the statute
2) Walford Middlesex - Cox & Whittington.
3) Easter Term 8 George IV Cox & Whittington Fine.

Abstract of Title (with additional notes, on validity of title).  ACC/0503/366  1827

Contents:
Deeds 1704 - 1896.
Thomas Whittington.
Cottage, yard, garden, orchard at Herseys adjoining on East side of Uxbridge Common; Close of Meadow called Bottom Close.
Endorsements:
"To advise Mr. Whittington on his title previous to a sale".

Surrender of a Mortgage Term.  ACC/0503/367  1827

Contents:
1) Edward Brown
2) Thomas Whittington.
1 acre 2 roods.
Cottage, garden & Meadow at Herseys, adjoining on East of Uxbridge Common; and 4 acres.
Bottom Close.
Seals: 1). 2).
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £158.14. 0.
2) Registration Note.

Thomas Whittington Parish of Ealing, Middlesex Parish of Iver, Bucks. Marriage & Baptismal Certificates - Whittington  ACC/0503/368  1827

Contents:
(a) 19 April 1774. Ealing Marriage Register.
Marriage of Richard Whittington and Elizabeth Dyer.
(b) 29 May 1777. Iver (Bucks)
Register of Baptisms.
Whittington, Thomas - of Richard and Elizabeth.
(c) Notes on the children of Richard and Elizabeth Whittington.

Covering envelope. From Inland Revenue Office, Somerset House. To Richard Henry Cox, Hillingdon House, Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/369  1864

Contents:
Endorsed:
Whittington. 1864.
Exoneration of Land Tax.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/370  1735

Contents:
1) Joseph Cane
2) Ann Cane, his wife
3) Samuel Nicoll, Tenant
4) Elisha Biscoe, Plaintiff
5) Herbert Ashley, Common Vouchee.
Recovery suffered by 1) and 2), who are admitted and surrender to uses of Will.
Two customary messuages with barns, etc. near Northolt otherwise Uxbridge Common.
13 acres land in 4 closes.
L. of M: Alex Denton, Esq., Justice of Court of Common Pleas.
Sir Henry Hankey, Kt. Benjamin Hall, Esq.
Endorsements:
1) Old Admissions & leases of Uxbridge Common.
2) Mr. Joseph Cane & his wife
Recovery to Barr an Intail of the Estate in Colham Manor - & their admittance for their life with remainder to his right heirs & the surrender thereof to the uses of his Will.

Copy of Court Roll. Admission  ACC/0503/371  1756

Contents:
1) Ann Cane, under Will of
2) Rev. Joseph Cane, her father.
Two Copyhold Messuages and lands near Uxbridge Common.
L. of M: John Dodd, Esq. Steward: John Boult.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/372  1760

Contents:
1) Rev. James Granger.
2) Ann Cane (wife).
Admission of 1) on his marriage to 2).
Two customary messuages.
4 closes meadow land containing about 13 acres.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/373  1790

Contents:
1) The Rev. Robert Cane as heir at law of late
2) Ann Grainger.
Admission of 1) to
Two Customary Messuages called Berringhams, near Uxbridge Common.
4 Closes of 13 acres.
L. of M: Fysh Burgh, Esq. Steward: Allatson Burgh, gent.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/374  1792

Contents:
1) John Cates, Surgeon of Uxbridge, from
2) Rev. Robert Cane.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Two customary messuages called Berringhams.
4 closes of meadow land containing about 13 acres.
L. of M: Fysh de Burgh
Steward: Allatson Burgh.

Bond for £400 and to ensure peaceable possession.  ACC/0503/375  1792

Contents:
1) Rev. Robert Cane
2) John Cates.
Houses otherwise called Berringhams 13 acres of meadow land in 4 closes.
Seals: 1).

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/376  1797

Contents:
1) The Rev. Thomas Williams
2) John Cates.
Admission of 2) on Surrender of 1).
Two Messuages - Berringhams, near Uxbridge Common, and one whereof has been lately rebuilt.
4 closes containing 13 acres of meadowland.
L. of M: Fysh de Burgh Steward: Allatson Burgh.
Dep. Steward: Christopher Hill.

Bond  ACC/0503/377  1795

Contents:
1) John Cates
2) Rev. Thomas Williams
For peaceable enjoyment of Two Customery Messuages called Berringhams.
4 closes of 13 acres and newly erected Messuage.

Deed of Covenant  ACC/0503/378  1801

Contents:
1) Rev. Thomas Williams
2) George Stacey to surrender Two messuages called Berringhams and 4 closes of 13 acres.
Seals: 1)
Endorsement:
Receipt for £610.

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 14 years.  ACC/0503/379  1801

Contents:
1) George Stacey
2) Tomson Warner.
Two messuages, one lately rebuilt, called Berringhams, and 4 closes of 13 acres.
Seals: 1). 2).

Notes & Receipts.  ACC/0503/380  1814

Contents:
Cox - Walford - Stacey.
Cox - Warner.
3 receipts
3 pages of notes

Sales Particulars (Auctioneers), of A very Desirable Copyhold Estates,  ACC/0503/381  1801

Contents:
i.e. Dwellinghouse and land on South side of Uxbridge Common.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/382  1801

Contents:
1) George Stacey on surrender of
2) Rev. Thomas Williams.
Admission of 1) on surrender of 2).
Two messuages, one lately rebuilt, called Berringhams.
4 Closes of 13 acres.
L. of M: John Henniker & John Brett, Trustees of Will of Fysh de Burgh
Steward Allatson Burgh.

Certificate for Redemption of Land Tax.  ACC/0503/383  1804

Contents:
George Stacey.
Consideration £160. 8. 4.
Messuage, yard, garden, Orchard.
12 acres meadowland.
2 cottages.

Additional Abstract to show title of Mr. George Stacey to Copyholds of the Manor of Colham in parish of Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/384  1813

Contents:
(gives particulars of Ann Cane and James Grainger). 13 April 1757 - 1790.

Richard Henry Cox "Opinion" on Abstract.  ACC/0503/385  1813

Contents:
George Stacey to R. H. Cox. Two Messuages at Hillingdon and several Meadows.

Deed of Covenant on surrendering  ACC/0503/386  1813

Contents:
1) George Stacey
2) Richard Henry Cox.
Copyhold premises.
Two Messuages etc. called Berringhams - 4 closes 13 acres of land.
Consideration £3,250.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
Receipt for £3,250.

Extracts 1714-1790 from Burial, Marriage and Baptismal Registers  ACC/0503/387  1812

Contents:
re Anne Cane the elder and younger and Revd. James Granger.

Affidavit Sworn by Rev. Henry Dodwell  ACC/0503/388  1813

Contents:
re purchase
G. Stacey to R. H. Cox
Identification of Cane and Rev. Granger.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/389  1813

Contents:
Admittance of Ann Grainger on death of Rev. James Grainger to two messuages and 4 closes, 13 acres. L. of M. John Dodd Steward Jabez Goldar 2 June 1777

Office Extract Will of Rev. Joseph Cane, Vicar of Shiplake Oxon. 1745  ACC/0503/390  1813

Contents:
Two Copyhold Messuages near Uxbridge Common.

Copy from Baptismal Register of Welby Lincoln  ACC/0503/391  1813

Contents:
Robert Cane, son of Robert and Elizabeth. 1755

Office Copy Extract Will of Anne Granger of Sonning, Berks, widow.  ACC/0503/392  1813

Contents:
(making heir at law nephew Robert Cane.) 21 October 1789

Piece of paper labelled Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/393  1813

Contents:
Purchase of Stacey. R. H. Cox Esq.

Manor Drayton or Colham Garden. 60 acres of land  [no ref.]  1767-1822

Covering paper for Nos. 395-399 entitled Hillingdon 1813.  ACC/0503/394  1813

Contents:
Purchase of Fossett by R. H. Cox Esq.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/395  1767

Contents:
1) James Ashlee under Will of Richard Watkins his uncle.
Attested copy of Admission.
1 acre arable land (near Hospital land and abutting East on Dawley Pales).
Other Messuages in Harlington, Cranford&Hillingdon.
L. of M. Richard, Bishop of London.
Steward William Dickins.
Endorsements:
31st Dec. 1819 a true copy of the entry on the Court Roll.

Lease of Possession for a year, prior to Release.  ACC/0503/396  1813

Contents:
1) Mark Fossett
2) Richard Henry Cox.
2 pieces Pasture ground 38 acres
3 Fields of 19a. 4r. 16p.
(57a. 4r. 16).
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
M.L.R. 8th Nov. 1814.

Conveyance subject to Mortgage Debt of £2,000.  ACC/0503/397  1813

Contents:
1) Mark Fossett
2) Matthew Rayner.
3) Richard Henry Cox.
5 pieces of land, about 60 acres (in Barnfield, Oakfield, Highfield) and a newly erected building.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
Receipt for £215 from 2) to 1).
Receipt for £1,848 from 1) to 2).
Receipt for £962 & £285 from 2) to 3).
M.L.R. 8th Nov. 1814.

Copy of Court Roll. Copy of Admission & Surrender.  ACC/0503/398  1820

Contents:
1) Frederick Sherlock Pope
2) Thomas Harris.
Admission of 2) on Surrender of 1).
Two pieces of arable land in Common Field 1½ acres.
L. of M. William, Lord Bishop of London.
Steward: Thomas Dickins.
Dep. Steward: Thomas Pownceby.

Receipt (printed) for Quit Rent.  ACC/0503/399  1822

Contents:
Signed Henry Berry, Deputy Receiver.
From Lord Bishop of London (for Drayton Manor) to Mr. Cox.

Land and Two Cottages  [no ref.]  1774-1828

Contents:
Two Cottages and small piece of land and Smithy at Hillingdon (formerly part of Waste.) Gom, Stephen to West Nash to Cox.

Schedule of Deeds relating to Cottage and Lands.  ACC/0503/400  1774-1828

Contents:
Conveyed by William Nash to Richard Henry Cox in 1828.
(Numbered to correspond with deeds).

Assignment.  ACC/0503/401  1774

Contents:
1) Stephen Gom.
2) Edward Cole.
Two erections and yard on the "Waste". (lately erected).
Endorsement:
Receipt for £50.

Lease for 1,000 years at peppercorn rent.  ACC/0503/402  1774

Contents:
1) Stephen Gom.
2) John West.
Ground and two erections formerly part of waste.
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsements:
1) Declaration by 2) as representing Sister Elizabeth Pollendine.
2) Receipt for £80.
3) Certificates of Registration.

Assignment in Trust and Re-Assignment.  ACC/0503/403  1775

Contents:
1) Elizabeth Polondine
2) William Aldin
3) John Smith.
Piece of ground and Buildings.
Also endorsement
3) a. John Smith
4) John Compton.
Seals: 1) 2) 3) 3)a. & 4).
Endorsements:
1) 20th October 1778.
2) Memorials of Registrations.
Smith & Compton in Trust for Prior.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/404  1778

Contents:
1) John Dodds.
2) a. William Aldin
b. John West.
Small piece of ground harns and cottage at Hillingdon End.
Seals: 1), 2)a. & 2)b.
Endorsement:
Memorial of Registration.

Release upon Trust  ACC/0503/405  1778

Contents:
1) John Dodd
2) a. William Alden
b. John West.
Small parcel of ground and cottage (occupied by - Phipps, Wheelwright) at Hillingdon End, part of Waste.
Seals: 1), 2)a, 2)b.
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £2.2 -
2) Memorial of Registration.

Feoffment.  ACC/0503/406  1778

Contents:
1) a. William Aldin
b. John West
2) John Prior.
Small piece of ground and cottages, being part of Waste of Manor of Colham, at Hillingdon End.
Endorsements:
1) Receipt for £120
2) Memorandum of Seizin.

Feoffment of Piece of Ground.  ACC/0503/407  1795

Contents:
1) William Hewlett
2) John Prior.
Parcel of land at Hillingdon End, part of waste of Colham Manor.
1½ p. x 1.3/4 p.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
1) Receipt for £25.
2) Memorandum of Seizin.

Certificates of Baptism and Marriage.  ACC/0503/408  1796-1828

Contents:
(Extracts from Parish Registers of Cowley and Uxbridge).
Marriage between George Nash and Mary Prior.
Birth of William Nash (son of above)

Auctioneers Sales Particulars Sale in 5 Lots.  ACC/0503/409  1827

Contents:
Two Messuages and gardens.
Two Cottages and Smithy at Hillingdon End, Uxbridge.

Copy of Abstract of Title.  ACC/0503/410  1827

Contents:
1) John Prior (deceased)
2) Richard Henry Cox.
Land and Two Cottages at Hillingdon End, sold by Auction at Uxbridge 1827, 25th Oct.
Recites deeds 10th Jan. 1774 - 3rd Dec. 1825.
Endorsement:
Note on Opinion for Purchaser.

Letters of Administration  ACC/0503/411  1828

Contents:
1) Testators John Compton dec'd
2) Ann Whitehouse.
Wills of 1) administered by 2) and 2) by son Benjamin Whitehouse.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/412  1828

Contents:
1) William Nash
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Drummond.
Two Cottages and Land Bordering London - Uxbridge Road, at Hillingdon End, late part of Waste of Colham Manor 1½ p. x 1.3/4 p.
Marginal plan on 413.
Seal: 1).
Endorsements:
Memorial of Registration.
Receipts for £945.

Lease for a Year and Release.  ACC/0503/413  1828

Contents:
1) William Nash
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Drummond.
Two Cottages and Land Bordering London - Uxbridge Road, at Hillingdon End, late part of Waste of Colham Manor 1½ p. x 1.3/4 p.
Marginal plan on 413.
Seal: 1).
Endorsements:
Memorial of Registration.
Receipts for £945.

Assignment of Residue of Term of Years.  ACC/0503/414  1828


Related information: See plan in ACC/0503/413.

Contents:
1) Benjamin Whitehouse
2) William Nash
3) Richard Henry Cox
4) Thomas Witts Walford.
Lands and two erections at Hillingdon End, Formerly part of Waste of Colham Manor (Lots 4 & 5).

Title Deeds (label marked No. 3)  ACC/0503/415  1828

Contents:
relating to a cottage and land in Hillingdon.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/416  1790

Contents:
1) Mary Robertson
2) Joseph Robertson (husband)
3) Henry Richardson (son of 1) by previous marriage.
Admission of 1) & 2) on Condition of surrender to 3) on decease of 1) & 2).
1½ acres of land in Common Field called Upper Field and other parcels in Colham Garden Field, Hedging Field, Bidwell Field.
L. of M: Fysh Burgh
Steward: Allatson Burgh.

Copy of Certificate for Redemption of Land Tax.  ACC/0503/417  1803

Contents:
Lively - Robert.
Cottage and land at Hillingdon (3 acres - Pages Piquet).
See Nos. 416 - 426 new numbers.

Abstract of Title of Copyhold Land.  ACC/0503/418  1804

Contents:
1) Mary Robertson (nee Tillyer)
2) Joseph Robertson
3) Henry Richardson
½ acre in Common Field
1½ acres in Oak Shott
1 acre in Bidwell Field
½ acre in Upper Field
1 acre in Colham Garden
Moiety of Arable in Common Field.
Lists deeds 23rd May 1744 - 13 Aug. 1790.
Endorsement:
This Abstract will be complete when the surrender from Robertson and wife to Richardson is added from the Admission Copy in the possession of Messrs.
Walford.
"Abstract Title of Henry Richardson & others."

Additional Abstract of Title of Copyhold Land.  ACC/0503/419  1804

Contents:
1) Daniel Redford
2) Thomas Towne.
Five acres in Common Fields.
14½ acres arable land (1750).
Endorsements:
"Additional Abstract
Title of Mr. Dan Redford to several pieces or parcels of Copyhold arable land situate in the parish of Hillingdon.
Dates of Deeds 1742 - 1770.

Abstract of Title of Copyhold Land.  ACC/0503/420  1804

Contents:
Daniel Redford.
Land in Bidwell, Hedgine & Alton Fields.
Recites, inter alia, Will of William Gander of 21 June 1800, bequeathing house at West Drayton and land in Hillingdon, West Drayton and Harlington.
Endorsements:
Lots 10 & 13.
Richard Henry Cox Esq.
Dates 1760 - 1804.

Paper Wrapping. Hillingdon.  ACC/0503/421  1812

Contents:
Purchases of Redford & Richardson.
R. H. Cox Esq.

Deed of Covenant on surrendering Copyhold premises held of Manor of Colham.  ACC/0503/422  1812

Contents:
1) Daniel Redford
2) Richard Henry Cox.
Several pieces of arable meadow and pasture land.
3 acres in 4 pieces in Alton Field
3 acres in 1 piece in Hedgine Field.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
Receipt for £517.

Copies of Burial Register Extracts.  ACC/0503/423  1812

Contents:
Death of Joseph Robertson July 8th 1801. Mary Robertson March 10th 1804.

Deed of Covenant on surrendering Copyhold premises.  ACC/0503/424  1812

Contents:
1) Henry Richardson
2) Richard Henry Cox, 1½ acres in Upper Field
1 acre in Colham Garden Field.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
Receipt for £235.

Copy of Court Roll.  ACC/0503/425  1813

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox
2) Henry Richardson
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
1½ acres in open Common Field called Upper Field.
1 acre in field called Colham Garden.
L. of M: Lord Heniker John Brett.
Steward: Allatson Burgh.

Copy of Court Roll  ACC/0503/426  1813

Contents:
1) Richard Henry Cox
2) Daniel Redford.
Admission of 1) on Surrender of 2).
Several pieces of meadow land.
3 acres in 4 pieces in Alton Field
3 acres in 1 piece Hedgine Field.
L. of M: Lord Heneker. John Brett.
Steward: Allatson Burgh

Label. Enclosing Nos. 427 - 432.  ACC/0503/427  1823

Contents:
See under ACC/0503/427 - 432 new numbers.
Purchase of Lively's Devisees.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/428  1799

Contents:
1) Thomas Assheton Smith
2) Robert Lively.
Meadow formerly Hudsons at lower end of Uxbridge Common (3 acres 21 perches).
Seals: 1) 2).
Endorsement:
1) Memorial of Registration.

Release of Meadow.  ACC/0503/429  1799

Contents:
1) Thomas Assheton Smith
2) Robert Lively
3) Robert Shotten.
Meadow 3a. 21p. at lower end of Uxbridge Common.
Schedule of deeds 2 June 1724 - 17 March 1798.
Seals: 1). 2).
Endorsement:
Memorial of Registration.

Copy of Abstract of Title.  ACC/0503/430  1823

Contents:
Devisees in Trust of late Robert Lively.
Meadow Land (3a. 21p.) Dates 1724-1815.

Lease for a Year.  ACC/0503/431  1823

Contents:
1) a) Richard Davies
b) George Nash
c) Robert Austin
d) Robert Lively Shepard, Devisees in Trust,
2) Cox.
Meadow at lower end of Uxbridge Common (3a. 21p.).
Seals: 1) a.b.c.d.
Endorsement:
1) Memorial of Registration.

Release.  ACC/0503/432  1823

Contents:
1) a. Richard Davies
b. George Nash
c. Robert Austin (Devisees)
2) Robert Lively Shephard
3) a. Thomas Morton
b. Charles Murray
c. Henry Grainge (Assignees of Estate)
4) Daniel Scott Norton
5) William Heron
6) Richard Henry Cox
7) Thomas Hussey
Meadow at lower end of Uxbridge Common. (3 acres 21 perches).
Seals: 1) a) b) & c) 2) 3) a) b) &c) 4) 5).
Endorsement:s
1) Receipt for £316.
2) Memorial of Registration.

Wrapping paper entitled: Mr. Rd. Davies surviving Trustee and Executor of R. Lively deceased to R. H. Cox Esq.  ACC/0503/433  1828

Contents:
Release of premises at Hillingdon & Uxbridge and Assignment of a Contract for redemption of land tax and Lease for a year.
See ACC/0503/Nos. 433, 434, 435, 442, 443 new numbers.
Parker to Cox - Agreement enclosed.

Lease for a year and Release.  ACC/0503/434  1828

Contents:
1) Richard Davies
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Thomas Witts Walford.
Two Messuages at Hillingdon End and 2 p. of ground, Allotment 338 on Plan A. of the Award of Hillingdon Enclosure.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
M.L.R. 9th Feb. 1829.
Receipt for £80.

Lease for a year and Release. 1828 Messuage at Hillingdon End, formerly erected on Waste Land, near Broad Lane. Purchase of Ezard by Cox. 1801-1812  ACC/0503/435  1801-1828

Contents:
1) Richard Davies
2) Richard Henry Cox
3) Thomas Witts Walford.
Two Messuages at Hillingdon End and 2 p. of ground, Allotment 338 on Plan A. of the Award of Hillingdon Enclosure.
Seal: 1).
Endorsement:
M.L.R. 9th Feb. 1829.
Receipt for £80.

Covering wrapper  ACC/0503/436  1872

Contents:
"Purchase of Ezard by R.H. Cox Esq."
Card
"Freehold Purchase of Mr. Ezard April 1812".

Covering wrapper  ACC/0503/437  1872

Contents:
"Purchase of Ezard by R.H. Cox Esq."
Card
"Freehold Purchase of Mr. Ezard April 1812".

Abstract of Title  ACC/0503/438  1801

Contents:
1) Mrs. Sarah Ezard from
2) Maria Lovejoy.
Messuage formerly erected on Waste land, near Broad Lane.
Reciting
April 5th 1799. Indenture of Feoffment.
Nov. 21st 1801. Indenture of Feoffmeny.
Endorsement:
Registered 22nd Dec. 1801.

Feoffment for £40.  ACC/0503/439  1801

Contents:
1) Mary Tyler (spinster and devisee under Will of late Maria Lovejoy.
2) Sarah Ezard (widow).
Messuage formerly erected on Waste Lane near Broad Lane.
Seal: 1).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 22nd Dec. 1801.
Receipt for £40 from 1) to 2).
Two Memorandums of seizin witnessed.

Lease of Possession for 1 year and Release.  ACC/0503/440  1812

Contents:
1) Sarah Ezard
2) Henry Hearn
3) Richard Henry Cox.
Messuage formerly erected on Waste Lane near Broad Lane.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 28th May 1812.
Receipts for £50 & £50.
Receipts for £50 & £10.

Lease of Possession for 1 year and Release.  ACC/0503/441  1812

Contents:
1) Sarah Ezard
2) Henry Hearn
3) Richard Henry Cox.
Messuage formerly erected on Waste Lane near Broad Lane.
Seals: 1) 2) 3).
Endorsements:
M.L.R. 28th May 1812.
Receipts for £50 & £50.
Receipts for £50 & £10.

Covering letter-paper entitled Mrs. Jane Parker to Richard Hy. Cox Esq.  ACC/0503/442  1816

Contents:
Agreement for sale of land on Uxbridge Common dated 9th Feb. 1816.

Agreement for sale by 1) to 2)  ACC/0503/443  1816

Contents:
1) Jane Parker to
2) Richard Henry Cox
of land on Uxbridge Common acquired by her from Charles Newdigate Newdegate in exchange for land in Harefield - the sale to take place as soon as the Enclosure Award shall be effective.
Consideration £2,100.

Inserted in Schedule after 105.  ACC/0503/444  [n.d.]

PROPOSED COX PURCHASES  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 1,000 years at yearly rent of 2s by 1) to 2)  ACC/0503/445  1720

Contents:
1) a. Richard Webb
b. Randolph Dodd, son&heir of Randolph Dodd deceased.
2) Robert Vyner Esq., son & heir of Thomas Vyner the younger deceased,
of all the Waste or parcel of ground called Uxbridge Common alias Northolt Common lying North East from Town of Uxbridge, and all waifs and estrays happening upon the same, except and reserved to 1)a. all messuages, cottages and lands built or encroached on said Waste at any time before 22 Oct. 1700, other than the Lodge and Warrenhouse and 2 cottages referred to in L & R of 21 & 22 Oct. 1700, and subject to right of Common of freeholders and copyholders of Manor.
Recites. 21 & 22 Oct. 1700 L. & R. in trust by Thomas Vyner junior to Webb & Dodd, with benefit of survivorship of Manor of Colham with rights, members and lands etc, except Lodge or Warrenhouse with appurtenances on Waste called Uxbridge Common etc., and 33 acres land thereto belonging, with warren and stock of coneys let to Thomas Gilbert at £40 p.a. and also except 2 cottages in possession of Smith and Rayner; and Recites Whereas Uxbridge Common was parcel of Manor of Colham, the said Release contained covenant to effect that whereas the said Common and Waifs and Estrays thereon were intended to be excepted from the purchase of Webb and Dodd, a Lease thereof was to be made to Thomas Vyner at rent of 2/- p.a. for 1,000 years, but no lease had been granted in pursuance of this agreement, and estate in law had become vested in Richard Webb, by right of survivorship. The present Release is made in pursuance of foregoing agreements.
Seals & Signatures: 1) a. & b.
Endorsements:
C. 4 in pencil.
Mr. Webbs & Mr. Dodds lease of Uxbridge Common for 1000 years.
No. ACC/0503/446 enclosure.

Copy of Opinion on Uxbridge Common Land.  ACC/0503/446  1810

Contents:
(Purchase proposed by Cox). Question of Hospital on land.

Plans and Maps of Properties  [no ref. or date]

Plan of an Estate at Hillingdon Hillingdon the property of Edward Hilliard, Esq.  ACC/0503/447  N/D

Contents:
Scale 10 chains = 2½"
Dimensions: 21½" x 11.1/4"
Randals Close
Nine Acres, Barn
Field, Flatworth Field.
Uxbridge Common.

Plan of an Estate at Hillingdon Hillingdon the property of Edward Hilliard, Esq.  ACC/0503/448  N/D

Contents:
Scale 5 chains = 2½"
Dimensions - 21" x 24".

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