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[143]   17 April 1781    Same Lord & Steward (Saml. MUNN)

Homage: Chas. BAKER & John SCOTT

No transactions.

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[144]   19 October 1781    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Lewis WHITFELD, Thos. CHEESMAN, & John SCOTT

Geo. Geree ELWICK, of Ashford, gent., held ten., brewhouse & stable etc. abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Mary SMITH,wid., then Ann, het dau., now Jas. BANKS.
                                                    6 rods, 7ft., [106ft.]
                          south - to land prev. Wm. JEMMETT, then ELWICK, now Geo. JEMMETT
                                                    12 1/2 rods.
                          west - to mess. late Wm. CLARKE now Alice MACE & Grace GELLIBRAND
                                                    7 rods, 7ft [122 1/2ft.]
                          north - to highway 13 1/2 rods [222 3/4ft.]

Occup. Geo JEMMETT                                                                      Rent 8d.                           [112]


also
two pces. land, 3 1/2 acres 1 rood, where barn & malthse formerly stood abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          north - to lands prev. Wm. CLARKE, now MACE & GELLIBRAND , & lands mentioned 
                                      above, prev. Wm. JEMMETT/ELWICK/Geo. JEMMETT & Joseph OSBORNE, 
                                      prev. Thos. WATERMAN, now Mary GOLD
                          south - to land prev. Geo. SINNOTT, now John MASCALL
                          west - to street & lands MACE & GELLIBRAND

Occup. Geo JEMMETT                                                                      Rent 4/6d                         [113]

ELWICK surrendered to persons in his will at Court 17 October 1770, and in accordance with agreement 
betw. ELWICK & Geo. JEMMETT of Pudding Lane, London, his nephew. 

ELWICK dec'd. Geo. JEMMETT admitted

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct. 1770    Next Court 20 Apl. 1833]

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[145]   3 April 1782    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

No transaction.

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[146]   15 May 1782    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Jas. COSTEKER & John SCOTT

Grace GELLIBRAND, wid., dec'd [         ] held 1/3rd part of little pce. of land with mess. , and moiety of 
1/3rd [ i.e. half] abutting -
                          north & east - to lands of GELLIBRAND & MACE
                          south & west - to highway

Occup. Matthew BRIGHT                                                                    Rent 2d & 1 1/3d

North to south 39ft. breadth at one end 6in. at other end 3ft.                                                         [174 & 230]


also
1/3rd and half of 1/3rd [=1/2] of barn now dwelling hse. abutting -
                          north - to land late heirs Amy LILLY, now Richd. BAYLEY of Gt. Chart
                          west - to highway
                          east & south - to lands of Geo. JEMMETT

Occup. Matthew BRIGHT                                                                   Rent 1 1/3 + 2/3 = 2d        [231]


also
for 2 - 2 - 13p land abutting -
                          west - to land of LORD OF MANOR & land of heirs of John MASCALL
                          north - to lands of Parsonage
                          east - to Cowleeze, now DUNK & FFARBRACE
                          south - to land of John WOODWARD, then Martha BRETON, now Jos. PATTERSON & 
                                        land prev. Richd. ATKINS, now heirs Wm. AUSTEN
with way from High Street to Gravel Pit Lane

Occup. Jos. MACE                                                                          Rent 6/8 + 3/4                    [232]


also
for mess. & gdn. abutting -
                          east & south - to gdn. of Geo. JEMMETT
                          west - to mess. prev. Mary SMITH, now John POPE, & lands prev. Amy LILLY, 
                                        now Richd. BAYLEY
                          north - to Highway

Occup. Rev. [Evan?] DAVIES                                                                Rent 1 1/3rd + 2/3rd =2d   [233]

Joseph GELLIBRAND, son, admitted. 

[ Prev Court 15 Apl. 1757    Next Court 15 Dec 1784]


ALSO
Lewis WHITFELD of Ashford, tanner, surrenders to persons in his will Land with small barn, 
now coalhse. & stables, 1 rood, abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now John MASCALL
                          west - to land prev. Saml. HALL, then John, now Martha WATERMAN,wid.
                          east & south - to land prev. Alex. PHILPOTT, then WATERMAN
with way to North Lane.

Occup. James FFLINT, then John now Martha WATERMAN                   Rent 6d.                          [344]


also
land 2 3/4 acres, part now walled gdn., abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now John MASCALL, land of Mary HORTON, wid., 
                                          & land prev. Thos. COLE, carpenter, now Lewis WHITFELD
                          north & east - to other lands of John MASCALL
                          west - to lands above
with way to North Lane.

Occup. as above                                                                                Rent 4/6d.                        [345]

[ Prev. Court 21 June 1779 Next Court 19 Oct. 1792]

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[147]   18 October 1782    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Thos. CHEESMAN

Priscilla FFLINT of Ashford, wid., dec'd, [bur. 22 June 1782]. Premises to only son Thos. FFLINT. 
Land abutting -
                          west & south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          north & east - to lands of Thos. FFLINT
                          with way to highway

Occup. prev. Richd. GREENHILL, now Jas. FFLINT                               Rent 4d.                          [126]

Thos. FFLINT admitted.

[ Prev. court 18 Apl. 1750    Next Court 18 Oct 1782 & 8 July 1802]


ALSO
Alice MACE, wid.,dec'd., [ ] held 
(1) moiety of land with mess. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands of Jas. MACE & Jas. GELLIBRAND
                          south & west - to highway
from N to S 39 ft. breadth one end 6in. other 3ft.

Occup. Matthew Bright                                                                       Rent 1d                            [230]

Alice MACE surrendered to persons in her will at Court 7 July 1787. By will 15 Dec 1781, prems. to son Joseph.

(2) also - form 1/3rd barn now dwelling & land, abutting -
                          north - to land prev. heirs of Amy LILLY, now Richd. BAYLEY of Gt. Chart 3 rods 4 1/2ft.
                          west - to highway 6 rods 4 1/2 ft.
                          east - to lands of Geo. JEMMETT, gent. 6 1/2rods.
                          south - -ditto - 12 1/2 ft.

Occup. Matthew BRIGHT                                                                    Rent 1 1/3d }
                                                                                                                                  moiety @ 2d
also
half of 1/3rd as above .                                                                 Rent 2/3rd   }
                                                                                                                                               [231]

(3) ALSO Grace GELLIBRAND, wid.,, dec'd, held 1/3rd of 2 pces. land [presumed error since later refs. 
are to Alice MACE
] called Cherrygarden field to Pondfield 12 - 3 - 13p abutting -
                          west - to lands of LORD OF MANOR & lands of John MASCALL
                          north - to lands of Parsonage
                          east - to lands prev. John WOODWARD, since Nicholas BOURNE, now John DUNK & 
                                        Geo. FFARBRACE, called Cowleeze
                          south - to lands prev. John WOODWARD, then Martha BRETON, now Josias PATTERSON,
                                        & lands prev. Richd. ATKINS, now Wm. AUSTEN

Occup. Jos. MACE, with way to highstreet leading to close or land called Gravel pit Lane, & 
so over land of John MASCALL to this land.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/8d       }
                                                                                                                                moiety @ 10s
also
Alice MACE for other moiety of                                                     1/3rd @ 3/4d  }
                                                                                                                                               [232]

(4) also Alice MACE for 1/3rd of mess & gdn. abutting -
                          east - to mess. & gdn. of G. JEMMETT 6 rods 12 1/2ft [111 1/2ft]
                          south - ditto - 4 rods 7 1/2 ft. [ 73 1/2ft.]
                          west - to mess & gdn. prev. Mary SMITH, now John POPE & lands prev. Amy LILLY, 
                                     now Richd. BAYLEY of Great Chart
                          north - to highway 4 rods 7ft. [73 ft.]

Occup. Rev. Evan DAVIES                                                                 Rent 1 1/3d. } moiety @
                   -ditto -                                                                            Rent 2/3rd   }     2d
                                                                                                                                                [233]

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[148]   2 May 1783    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Jas. COSTEKER, John SCOTT, & Thos. CHEESMAN

Jos. GELLIBRAND, clerk of Edmonton, by Edward PIKE, stationer, & Geo. ROBINSON, innholder, 
as attorneys,surrenders land to Joseph MACE of Ashford, gent.

Joseph MACE admitted to lands as above (1) to (4)

Joseph Mace admitted [then holds whole] and then surrenders to Richd. RABSON of Ashford, hatter

as (1) above                                                                                       Rent 1d.                           [230]
    
(2) above                                                                                      Rent 2d.                            [231]
     (4) above                                                                                      Rent 2d.                            [233]

(Jos. MACE retains (3) as above @                                                     Rent of 10/-                       [232]

[ prev Court 15 May & 18 Oct 1782    Next Court 15 Dec 1784]                                              [174/230-34]

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[149]   17 May 1783    Same Lord &Steward

Homage: Chas. BAKER & Thos. CHEESMAN

John DONNE, late of Bath, dec'd held - 2 acres meadow, parcel of South Mead, next to place called Prentistile,
in corner of meadow to southeast (in Kennington)
                          west & north - to lands of John DONNE, prev. Arthur SHORTER
                          east & south - to River Stour
Also whole rowen of South Mead

Occup. William HORTON                                                                   Rent 9/4d                         [106]

DONNE surrendered to persons in his will at Court 4 March 1750. Now dec'd. & by will 2 Dec. 1777 prems. 
to Nathaniel WEBB, as trustee for wife Mary for life, subject to annuity of 30 to sister COLLINS & same 
to sister Betty, & 10 to bro-in-law Geo. JONES, husband of dec'd sister Susan.

Mary DONNE, wid., admitted.

[ Prev. Court 4 Mar 1750    Next Court 28 Feb. 1811]

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[150]   19 June 1783    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Lewis WHITFELD, Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

Thos COLE, carpenter, dec'd., about 11 July 1779
Land 7 1/2 acres abutting -
                          east - to land of Stephen KEMSLEY
                          south - to lands of John & Margaret BLUNDELL
                          west - to lane Barrowhill / Gorehill
                          north - to Long Tilton, prev.Hy. TOLLER, now Eliz. APSLEY, wid.

Occup. Stephen KEMSLEY                                                               Rent 9/3d                          [74]

Surrenderd to persons in will at Court 23 Feb. 1754 By will 30 Dec. 1778 land to Saml. FFARBRACE 
of Dover, lately dec'd., for life, then to Geo. FFARBRACE, son of Samuel.

Geo. FFARBRACE admitted, and surrenders to persons in his will


also
for land being part of land called Bull Gdn. abutting -
                          north - to yard & workshop of COLE
                          west - to lands of Isaac RUTTON
                          south - to back lane part of Churchfield.
                          east - to gdn. of Rev. Chas. STODDART & others

Occup. Thos. COLE now John HOPE                                                 Rent 1/-                             [75]

Surrendered to persons in will at Court 25 March 1760    To Geo. FFARBRACE, as above


ALSO for moiety of land or meadow, 7 acres, abutting -
                          east - to lands of Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, & lands of Thos. FFLINT
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, & 2 small pces. of Hy. GOLD, between 
                                        7 acres & highway
                          west - to River Stour
                          north - to lands of COLE & DUNK

Occup. Wm. WALL                                                                           Rent 11/8d                      [77]

to Geo. FFARBRACE as above.


also for moiety of land (pt. of Little Princes) in Willesborough                Rent 1/-                          [78]


also
for moiety of Great & Little Cowleeze, 9 - 3 - 13p, abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          south - to lands of Wm. AUSTEN
                          north - to Parsonage glebe
                          west - to land of Jos. MACE

Occup. John BOURNE                                                                       Rent 4/-                            [79]

to Feo. FFARBRACE as above

[ last Court 20 Oct. 1779    Next Court 29 Oct. 1788]

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[151]   17 October 1783    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Jas. COSTEKER, Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

First proclamation of death of Stephen GREENHILL [bur. 15 Aug. 1783]

Robert MASCALL surrenders to LORD OF MANOR [for persons in will]
    [Prev. Court 18 Apl. 1770    Next Court 14 Jan 1807]
3 pcs. land called Hookwood, Further & Nether Goldmead, prev. 5 pcls, called Netherland, Southwood, 
Goldmead, Perilacre & Little Mead, 28 acres. abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, then Dr. Hy. MOORE, now Isaac RUTTON, 
                                        called Perilacre
                          east - to land of [Geo.] ROOKE called Middle Acre & Bennett's Brooke
                          south - to land of Isaac RUTTON
                          west - to river
with reasonable way eastwards to this land.

Occup. Robt. MASCALL, now Edw. DERING, jnr.                                Rent 1 16  0d                  [225]


also
3 pcls. land, 28 acres called Hookwood, abutting -
                          east & north - to Shetfields, now ROOKE
                          south - to lands of Clement COURT, then Nicholas then Eliz. SAWKINS, lands of 
                                         Daniel LADD. & lands of Edw. HUNTER, trustees, & to river
                          west & north - to Netherland & Goldmead 
                                                                                                        Rent 2/4/-                       [226]
Occup. as above, with reasonable way from East Margate of lands of LORD of MANOR.

[ Prev. Court 18 Apl. 1770    Next Court 14 Jan 1807]

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[152]   14 April 1784    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Jas. COSTEKER & John SCOTT

Martha WATERMAN, wid., dec'd., held land with bldgs, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Mary NOAKES, then John, then Martha WATERMAN [4 rods 7ft.]
                          south - to lands of Parish Church [4 rods 6ft.]
                          west - to land of Mary DREWRY [5 rods 2 ft.]
                          north - to St. Johns Lane [ 3 rods 5ft.]

Occup. Geo PATEY                                                                           Rent 8d.                          [348]
                                                    [? 347 & 349]
Martha WATERMAN surrendered to persons in will at Court 21 June 1779 & died 31 March 1784 [      ] 
& by will 29 June 1779, prems. to Geo.

PATEY, who is admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 21 June 1779    Next Court 20 Nov. 1784]


ALSO
Sarah FFLINT of Ashford, brazier, dec'd., held land with edifices built abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Simon GILBERT, now Grace WHITFELD
                          south -to gdn. desc. below Simon EVERNDEN'S
                          west - to land prev. Thos DAN, now Thos. FFLINT
                          north - to mess. prev. Saml. FFLINT & now his sons Samuel & Richard
with right of way from highway to kitchin garden gate & so leading beyond land of LORD OF MANOR to 
said pce. of land, & to fetch water from pond.

Occup. Eliz. DAWSON, wid.                                                              Rent 10d                          [118]

Samuel FFLINT died 26 March 1759 , intestate. Moiety to widow Mary for life,
balance to eldest son Samuel, but by custom half value should be paid to younger
son Richard .

also
for land 32ft x 22ft 6in, part of gdn. prev. of Mary EVERNDEN, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD
                          south & west - to land prev. Thos. DANN, now Thos. FFLINT
                          north - to other land of Saml. FFLINT's son.

Occup. Eliz. DAWSON                                                                     Rent 2 1/2d                        [119]

Samuel FFLINT, son, admitted

[Prev. Court 20 Aug. 1761     Next Court 29 0ct 1788]

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[153]   22 October 1784    Same Lord & Steward.

Homage: Chas. BAKER, Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

Evan DAVIES, clerk, of Poole & wife Grace, surrender (by Geo. JEMMETT, gent., & Geo. ROBINSON, 
innholder, as attorneys) to Edward PIKE, stationer, land abutting-
                          east - to mess. prev. called 'Bell' & mtg. hse. of Congregational Protestant dissenters 51ft. 9in
                          west - to mess. & gdn. of Mary DREWRY, late occup Widow SNOAD & Eliz. COSTEKER 53 ft.
                          north - to freehold mess. of Edward PIKE 28 ft. 9in.
                          south - to St. Johns Lane 21 ft.

Occup. Edward PIKE                                                                         Rent 1/5d                          [154]

Edward PIKE admitted.


also
land & mess. prev. called 'Bell' abutting -
                          west - to land of Evan & Grace DAVIES 11ft.
                          east - to passageway from freehold mess. of DAVIES to the mtg. hse. 14ft. 6in
                          south - to the meeting house 23 FT.
                          north - to mess. late Thos. GELLIBRAND, prev. John THORPE, now Evan DAVIES

                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [155]
Edward PIKE admitted.


also
land with stable etc. & passage from freehold mess. to St. John Lane, abutting -
                          north - to backside of Martha PARKIN
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          N - S on east 61 ft. 3 in. S - N on west 53 ft.
                          E - W on south 38 ft. W - E on north 23 ft. 4in
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                   [156]

[ Prev Court 21 Oct. 1778    Next Court [155/6] 20 Oct. 1786; [154] 21 Aug. 1792]

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[154]   20 November 1784    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

Geo PATEY dec'd 4 Nov. 1784 [      ] held land as Court 14 Apl. 1784. By will [no date quoted] prems. to 
Martha PARKIN, spin. who is admitted and surrenders to persons in her will 
                                                                                                                                          [348]
[Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1784]


also
land to mess. abutting -
                          west - to land of Geo. PATEY 4 rods 3ft [69ft] in breadth
                          north - to St. Johns Lane 4 rods 7 1/2ft [73 1/2ft] in length
                          east - to land prev. PATEY now Robt. TRITTON 24 1/2 ft. in breadth
                          south - to land of Vicar 3 rods 1ft [50 1/2 ft] in length

Occup. Geo. GOLDSACK                                                                  Rent 2d.                           [349]

to Martha PARKIN as above


also
land where forge formerly stood, abutting -
                          north - to gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. Johns Lane 27 ft. 7in.
                          west - to lands prev. John THORPE, now Thos. GELLIBRAND 65ft. 1in.
                          east - to land late John BUSHELL, since Thos. BONNER, now Ffelix FFAGG 76 ft. 8in.

Occup. Geo PATEY                                                                           Rent 4 1/2d.                     [347]

to Martha PARKIN as above.

[Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1784    Next Court 14 Jan 1807]

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[155]   15 December 1784    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

Daniel COSTEKER of London, woollen draper (by Geo. ROBINSON, innholder & Jas. COSTEKER of 
Ashford ,taylor, as attorneys) is admitted on surrender by Richard RABSON

   (1) land as (1) at Court 18 Oct 1782                                                  [Rent 2d + 1d twice = 6d
   (2) land as (2) at Court 18 Oct 1782
   (3) land as (3) at Court 18 Oct 1782

[ Prev. Court 2 May 1783    Next Court 11 Apl. 1787     [174/230 - 231 & 233]

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[156]   30 March 1785    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

No transactions.

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[157]   7 June 1785    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. CHEESMAN & John SCOTT

Richard RABSON, hatter, surrenders moiety of shop in place prev. called Market abutting -
                          south & north - to prems. prev. John MAPLESDEN, since Peter & Richd. RABSON, 
                                                   now Richd. RABSON
                          east - to highway
                          west - to lands prev. Deborah IRELAND, now John IMPETT

Occup. Richard RABSON, ygr.                                                     Rent 1/3d & for other moiety 1/3d    [251]


also
for land adjoining the shop prev. MAPLESDEN, since RABSON, 36ft 3in. in length & breadth 2ft. abutting -
                          north - to highway
                          east - to Church Lane
                          west & south - to mess. prev. IRELAND, now IMPETT

Occup. as above.                                                                               Rent 10d + 10d                [252]


also
for shop length 16 1/2ft, breadth 9ft, abutting -
                          east & south - to place prev. called Common Market
                          north - to shop prev. MAPLESDEN now RABSON
                          west - to lands prev. IRELAND now IMPETT

occup. as above                                                                                 Rent 1/3d + 1/3d               [253]


also
for shop length 19ft., breadth 9 ft. abutting -
                          west - to shop prev. IRELAND now IMPETT
                          south - to prems. prev. MAPLESDEN, now RABSON & prems. prev. IRELAND, now IMPETT
                          east & north - to highway

Occup. as above                                                                               Rent 2/8d + 2/8d               [254]


also
land on which bldg. formerly erected, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Robt. COOPER
                          west - to land prev. Susannah PARSONS, now John CHAPMAN
                          north - to Churchyard
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR

Occup. as above                                                                               Rent 7 1/2d + 7 1/2d          [255]

[ Prev. Court 20 Sep 1769    Next Court 16 Oct 1795, then 21 Dec. 1831]


ALSO
Edw. BARRETT of Peckham in parish of Camberwell, gent., surrenders to Henry CREED of Ashford, 
mercer & draper, stable & gdn. now part of Royal Oak Inn abutting -
                          east - to Marsh Lane
                          south - to lands of John ROUSE, now Baptist Mtg. Hse.
                          west - to lands prev. Thos TOURNAY, now Sarah WHITFELD
                          north - to freehold lands of Edw. BARRETT, now Hy. CREED

Occup. Stephen TUNBRIDGE                                                             Rent 2/-                            [63]

Henry CREED admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 11 Oct. 1772    Next Court 8 Sep. 1788]

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[158]   28 October 1785    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Thos. CHEESMAN

John IMPETT surrenders to John BROOK of Ashford, linen draper, mess. & shop length 26ft., breadth 10ft.
abutting -
                          east - to other shop of IMPETT as desc. below
                          south - to shop of Thos. CHEESMAN
                          west & north - to highway

and land in part called Twitton, abutting -
                          north & east - to land of RABSON
                          west & south - to shop of IMPETT, desc. below.

Occup. John IMPETT, now John BROOK                                              Rent 10/8d                       [211]


also
shop in place formerly called Market Place abutting -
                          west - to shop first mentioned above
                          east - to said shop of RABSON
                          north - to highway
                          south - to other land of IMPETT
                                                                                                        Rent 9d                            [212]

John BROOK admitted, and surrenders to persons on his will

[Prev. Court 9 Apl. 1760    Next Court 12 Mar 1804]


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[159]   19 April 1786    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT, Richd. RABSON & Thos. CHEESMAN

No transactions ( but usual amercements copyhold 1/-, freehold 4d.)

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[160]   20 October 1786   Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT, Richd. RABSON & Thos. CHEESMAN

Richd. GREENHILL, dec'd.,tanner, held mess. called Wist & land 1 acre abutting -
                          east - to Wist
                          south & west - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Edw. NORWOOD, gent.
                          north - to lands   -ditto-    now Robt. MASCALL
with reasonable way from highway there, leading from Court Oak to Kingsnorth & so to lands 
of LORD OF MANOR to mess.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [141]


also
2 pcs. land called Nether Wist, 9 acres abutting -
                          south & west - to lands of Matthias, now Isaac RUTTON
                          south - to Goose Pits Meadow
                          east & north - to Old River
                          west - to Lord's river                                                 Rent 16/8d                       [142]


also
moiety of land called Liitle Hasell Mead, abutting -
                          east & south - to land part of Manor of Esture or Estover
                          west - to common (old) river
                          north - to lands prev. Richd. OSBORNE & John MORRIS, now heirs of Richd. 
                                    GREENHILL, dec'd., nephew of Richd. Greenhill, tanner.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [143]

also
moiety of land 3 acres, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Thos. OSBORNE, now heirs of Richd. GREENHILL, the 
                                       nephew & land prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          south - to highway
                          north - to land of Rich'd GREENHILL, nephew
                          west - to land prev. Nich. BOURNE, now John DUNK, and heirs of Thos. GOLD

Occup. Thos CHEESMAN                                                                  Rent 3/-                            [144]


also
moiety of shop prev. butchers in place now Butchery, prev. Market, length 6 1/2ft., 
breadth 12 1/2ft. --11 1/2ft abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev. Richd. RABSON, now John HOPE
                          south & west - to Butchery, prev. Common Market
                          north - to mess. prev. Mary COLT, wid., now Jas. COSTEKER

Occup. Mary Hunt, wid.                                                                     Rent 2/6d                          [145]


By will 3 Aug. 1745, as per Court 3 Jan. 1754, prems. to bro. Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, for life, then 
to Stephen's son or sons. Stephen dec'd., & 2 sons, Richd. & Stephen also dec'd. Stephen jnr. admitted 
at Court 22 Apl. 1778, to moiety, & died 9 Aug. 1783 o.s.p.  Premises to Richard & Stephen, sons of other 
son Richard (the nephew), but being infants Mary GREENHILL, their mother is admitted as Guardian.

[ Prev. Court 22 Apl. 1778     Next Court 25 Oct. 1783 [roll lost] 16 Oct. 1793 "  9 Nov. 1821 [145 only]


also
Stephen GREENHILL, dec'd., held land called Sereland, 6 acres & land since called the Meadow, 
lying in corner of land called Sereland, separated by posts & rails, but now laid open again.

Occup. Robt. TRITTON, then Richard GREENHILL, bro. of Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, now 
Jos. PATTERSON.                                                                             Rent 10/4d.                      [146]

Surrendered to persons in will at Court 17 Oct. 1777.
By will 26 June 1783 prems. to mother Mary for life, then to nieces Mary Elizabeth GREENHILL, 
Sarah G., & Susannah G., daus. of bro. Richard.

Stephen GREENHILL dec'd. 9 Aug. 1783, & Mary, his mother 19 July 1786. Mary Elizabeth GREENHILL, 
being over 21 years of age, admitted to 1/3rd.

[Prev. Court 17 Oct 1777       ]


also
Stephen GREENHILL held land 1/2 rood, 5 perch abutting -
                          west - to land prev. Thos. CURTEIS, now John APSLEY
                          north - to land called Back Lane of Stephen KENNEDY
                          east - to land prev. Stephen ATKINS, now Sarah, wife of Jas. Allen GORSSE
                          south - to lands of Stephen Greenhill & John APSLEY.

Occup. Stephen GREENHILL, since Mary GREENHILL, his widow.       Rent 2d.                          [147]

Surrendered to persons in his will at Court 8 Dec. 1740
By will 26 Feb. 1776 prems. to wife Mary for life, then to son Stephen GREENHILL. Mary admitted at 
Court 17 Oct. 1777 and died 19 July 1786. Stephen the son survived his father, but died before his mother, 
leaving Richard, eldest son of his brother Richard as heir, but ought to pay other son Stephen half value. 
Richard now 18, Stephen 14, & mother admitted as guardian.

Mary GREENHILL admitted.

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct. 1777    Next Court 23 Oct. 1789]


Stephen GREENHILL etc. re land called Sereland.

Mary GREENHILL admitted to 1/3rd as guardian for dau. Sarah

[ next Court 7 Apl. 1790]                                                                   Rent 3/5 1/2d                     [146]

        - ditto -    for daughter Susannah                                                Rent 3/5d

[ next court 18 Nov. 1792]


ALSO
John HOOKER of Chatham, builder, prev. of Ashford, carpenter, & wife Ann, surrender 
to Thos FFLINT, ironmonger, land abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Simon EVERNDEN, then Thos CROUCH, then Abraham, now 
                                       Thos. FFLINT 73ft. 5in., then turning towards
                          west 10ft. 6in., then returning to north 3 ft. 8in., then towards west 20 ft. 5in.
                          south - to lands of Vicar
                          west - abutting part to lands of Jas. Allen GORSSE, now John DAY, & part to other 
                                       lands of John HOOKER 68ft 1in.
                          north - to other part of land & necessary house of HOOKER (enclosed by brick wall, 
                                            & on part sheds were built.) 38ft. 6in.
with right of way through doorway in brick wall over land of HOOKER, to lane leading to High Street. Lane 
is part of that to which HOOKER was admitted at Court 17 Oct. 1770 @ Rent of 10d.                    [182]

Thos. FFLINT admitted at rent of 8d [pt. of 182]

[ Prev. Court17 Oct. 17770      Next Court 20 Oct 1806 (?) ]

Afterwards, Thos FFLINT surrenders to persons in his will
   (1) land as above Rent 8d.
   (2) land, 22yds. 1ft. by 8yds., late occup. Richd. GREENHILL, now Jas. FFLINT, abutting -
                          west & south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          north & east - to lands of Thos. FFLINT Rent 4d [126]

[ Prev Court 18 Oct. 1782     Next Court 8 July 1802]


ALSO
John DUNK of Smeeth, grazier, surrenders to Wm. WATERMAN, maltster, moiety of land called 
Cowleeze 9  3s  13p  Occup. prev. John DUNK of Ashford, carrier, then John BOURNE, abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          south - to land prev. Wm. AUSTEN, now Wm. WATERMAN
                          west - to land of Jos. MACE
                          north- to Parsonage Glebe
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                            [96]

WATERMAN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1780    Next Court 20 May 1812]


ALSO
Edward PIKE, stationer, & wife Sarah surrender to Thos. RAYNER of Ashford , cabinet maker, 
land & mess. prev. called the Bell, abutting -
                          west - to land of Edw. PIKE
                          east - to passage from freehold mess. of PIKE to St. Johns Lane.
                          south - to Congregational Mtg. Hse.
                          north - to freehold mess. of John THORPE, then Thos. GELLIBRAND, now Evan DAVIES
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [155]


also land with stable etc., & way from hse. of Evan & Grace DAVIES, now of Edward PIKE to 
St. Johns Lane, abutting -
                          east - to backside of Martha PARKIN 61ft 3in.
                          west - to passage 53 ft.
                          north - to yard or backside of Martha PARKIN 23 ft.
                          south - to St. Johns Lane 38ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                     [156]

Thos. RAYNER admitted

[ Prev. Court 22 Oct 1784    Next Court. 29 Oct. 1788]

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[161]   11 April 1787    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

John DUNK of Smeeth, grazier, surrenders to Wm. WALL, grazier, moiety of land , 7 acres, occup. 
Nich. BOURNE, then son Nich. BOURNE, now Wm. WALL abutting -
                          east - to lands of Stephen GREENHILL, & lands prev. Abraham,now Thos. FFLINT
                          south - to small pce. of land of LORD OF MANOR, & 2 small pces. of Thos. HARRISON, 
                                         now Hy. GOLD, ffellmonger.
                          west - to River Stour
                          north - to lands prev. Nich. BOURNE, now of Geo. FFARBRACE & Wm. WALL

                                                                                                        Rent 11/8d                       [94]

also
John DUNK surrenders to Wm. WALL moiety of land called Little Princes in Willesborough. 
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [95]
Wm. WALL admitted.

[ Prev. Court 20 Oct 1780


ALSO
Daniel COSTEKER of London, woollendraper, held land with mess. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands prev. Richd. RABSON, now Dan COSTEKER
                          south & west - to highway
Length N -- S 39ft. breadth at one end 6in., at other 3ft,

occup. Matthew BRIGHT                                                          Rents 2d.,1d.,2d., & 1d., = 6d       [230]

Daniel COSTEKER dec'd., 16 Mar 1785, only child a dau. of a former wife & widow Mary pregnant [    ] 
with a son, born 19 June 1785, named Daniel, now living at Stratford, Essex.

Moiety to mother, same to son.

Mary COSTEKER admitted to moiety, & also to other as guardian to son.


also
for barn, now dwelling & land, abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Amy LILLY, now Richd. BAYLEY 3 rods, 4 1/2ft.
                          west - to highway 6 rods, 4 1/2ft.
                          east & south - to lands of Geo JEMMETT 6 1/2 rods, 12 1/2 ft.

Occup. Matthew BRIGHT                                  Rent 1 1/3rd d, 2/3rd d. , 1 1/3rd d 2/3rd d = 4d.    [231]

also
for mess & gdn, abutting
                          east - to mess & gdn. of Geo JEMMETT 6 rods, 12 1/2 ft.
                          south -     ditto -     4 rods, 7 1/2ft.
                          west - to mess. of Mary SMITH, now Jhn POPE, & lands prev. LILLY, now BAYLEY
                          north - to highway 4 rods, 7ft.

Occup. [        ] WHITFELD, wid.                                                         Rent 4d.                            [233]

[ Prev. Court 15 Dec. 1784    Next Court 27 Sep. 1806 Next 19 July 1808]


ALSO
John HOOKER of Chatham, builder, surrrenders to George WALTER of Ashford, tallow chandler, 
land with cottage & 2 stables & necessary house abutting -
                          south - to gdn of Thos. FFLINT, lately sold by Thos. HOOKER 30ft. 11in
                          north - to lands late Jas. Allen GORSSE, now John DAY 38ft. 6in
                          east - to other land of Thos. FFLINT 17ft. 2in
                          west - to lands of John DAY 19ft. 4in

Occup. Thos FFOWLER                                                                     Rent 10d.                        [182]

Thos. FFLINT reserves right of way to gdn. ground over land now surrendered to lane leading to High Street.

HOOKER admitted 17 Oct. 1770

Geo. WALTER admitted to part at rent of 2d.                                                                             [ pt. 182]

[Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1786


Mary BOYS, spinster, surrenders to LORD OF MANOR for will, mess. or ten & gdn. in Marsh Lane abutting -
                          east - to highway to Kingsnorth 34 ft. 2in.
                          west - to lands prev. John REEVE, now Baptist Trustees - ditto -
                          north - to lands prev. Thos. TOURNAY, then Edw. BARRETT, now Hy. CREED 64 ft. 4in.
                          south - to mess prev. Joan CHAMPION, wid., now OVERSEERS OF POOR, 
                                           called Bridewell House.

Occup. Wm. GORHAM, then Philip HAWKINS,clerk, late Mary BOYS    Rent 10s                         [56]
(Prev. Court 10 May 1773 Next Court 22 Oct. 1802]

First proclamation of the death of Geo. FFARBRACE

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[162]   13 August 1787    Same Lord & Steward

Homage : John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Mary DREWRY, elder, of East Farleigh, wid., & dau. Mary , spin., surrendered at Court 8 Jan. 1741 
according to will of Jas. DREWRY.
By will 9 March 1741, prems. to Wm. POST of Hale Place, goldsmith & Thos. CRISPE of Loose, as trustees 
for wife Mary for life, then to children, except prems. in Ashford & Lenham, occup. Stephen COSTEKER, 
John BOURNE & Mary SNOAD, Hy. FRANKLIN & [in Lenham?] Jeremiah EAGLE at rents of 31-10-0 p.a. 
to Jas. KETTLE of Ashford, cordwainer. By indtres.of lease & release 29/30 Mar 1757 
(1)   Jas. DREWRY 
(2)   Mary DREWRY, elder (called Mary DARBY, wid.) 
(3)   Wm. POST & Thos. CRISPE (being marriage settlement ) premises surrendered accordingly. [101]

Jas. DREWRY dec'd. only child Mary. At Court 25 Oct. 1765 Mary & Mary DREWRY admitted to two 
mess., one occup. by [Henry] FFRANKLIN & Jos. PATTERSON, as office, & other by Mary SNOAD, & 
land to south abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          west - to mess. of Jane WHITFELD, then Grace WHITFELD
                          south - to St. Johns Lane
                          east - to gdn. of GELLIBRAND, prev. THORPE


also
yard & gdn stated to contain 7 days work & 9ft. abutting -
                          north - to St. Johns Lane
                          east - to stable etc. of John WATERMAN, prev. John THORPE
                          south & east - to College lands
                          west - to gdn. described below
With right from Court Gate to mess.

Occup. John BOURNE                                                                        Rent 1/10d                       [101]


also
land, on part of which is stables, grainary, & slaughterhouse in one bldg. abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane 32ft.
                          west - to gdns. of Jos. VIRRILL & Grace WHITFELD [98ft. 10 in.]
                          south - to College lands 35ft. 3in
                          east - to yard & gdn. above [101ft. 4in]
Pt. occup. John BOURNE & Stephen COSTEKER, other gdn of COSTEKER
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [102]

Mary & Mary DREWRY contracted to sell to Edw. PIKE , stationer.

Mary DREWRY, (dau .) appoints Geo. JEMMETT & Lewis WHITFELD as attorneys to be admitted and 
surrender to Aylmer BLECHYNDEN of Ashford, gent. to allow common recovery with treble voucher with 
Henry CREED of Ashford as demandant against BLECHYNDEN, who shall vouch to warrant to Mary 
DREWRY, elder, who shall vouch to warrant Mary DREWRY, younger, who shall vouch to warrant 
Stephen CLINT, the cryer of the Court, so that good & perfect Recovery may be had, according to Custom 
of Manor, & so that Henry CREED may be admitted, and then surrender to Mary DREWRY, ygr.

By deed signed Mary & Mary DREWRY, 1 Aug. 1787, Witness Eliz. SMITH & John CORRALL.

DREWRY's then surrender to BLECHYNDEN.
Henry CREED complains & demands adjournment to 3 p.m. for plaintiffs, John DOE, & Richard ROE to appear.
John BROOK warrants to Mary DREWRY ygr.

Alleged that BLECHYNDEN has unjustly diseised to Hugh HUNT.

At 3p.m. Hugh HUNT is called, but he does not come, but has departed in contempt of court.

(Stephen CLINCH desc. as Bailiff & Minister of Court)

Mary DREWRY, ygr. admitted, and then surrenders to Edw. PIKE

[ Prev. Court 25 Oct. 1765    Next Court 7 Apl. 1790]

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[163]   4 August 1787    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Geo. BAKER of Margate, blacksmith & wife Elizabeth, surrrender to Chas. STODDART, of Ashford, clerk ., 
land with mess. on part, abutting -
                          east - to footway Ashford/Beaver 55ft. 6in.
                          south - to land of John APSLEY 27 ft.
                          west - to land of Chas. STODDART & others 54 ft.
                          north -    -  ditto  -
& half part of well on land 11 1/2ft x 10 1/2ft

Occup. Edw. WILDBOAR                                                                  Rent 3d                             [207]


also.
two mess. or tens. & 5 perch of land abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Richd. GREENHILL, now John CHAPMAN
                          west - to lane from Churchfield
                          north - to Churchyard
                          south - to other lands prev. GREENHILL now CHAPMAN

Occup. Wm. JOHNSON & Thos LANES                                               Rent 1/4d                        [208]

Chas. STODDART admitted, and surrenders to pesrons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 28 May 1779    Next Court 5 Nov. 1812 [207]; 10 Apl. 1793 [208]  ]

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[164]   19 October 1787 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

No transactions.

Second proclamation of the death of Geo. FFARBRACE

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[165]   19 October 1787    Lord: John FFOOTE Esq. Steward Samuel MUNN

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Second proclamation of death of Geo. FFARBRACE of Dover, gent.

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[166]   26 May 1788    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

No presentments.
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[167]   8 September 1788    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Henry CREED, mercer & draper, & wife Martha, surrender to John ABBOTT of Canterbury, gent. stable, 
gdn. & part of yard of Royal Oak Inn, 1 rood, abuts -
                          east - to Marsh Lane
                          south - to land of John ROUSE, now Baptists
                          west - to land prev. Thos TOURNAY, now Sarah WHITFELD
                          north - to freehold land prev. HY CREED, now John ABBOTT

Occup. Stephen TUNBRIDGE                                                            Rent 2/-                             [63]

John ABBOTT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 7 June 1785

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[168]   29 October 1788    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON, John SCOTT & John APSLEY

John LOVEDAY & wife Mary (by Court 24 June 1768 held mess, slaughterhse etc. prev. occup. John 
LOVEDAY & Thos. CHEESMAN, now John ILLDEN abutting -
                          north - to churchyard
                          east - to passage to gdn. prev. James, now Sarah COSTEKER & to that gdn.
                          south - to Churchfield
                          west - to gdn. prev. Joseph VIRRILL, now Wm. DOWNES
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                          [70 & 218]

John LOVEDAY & wife admitted to part @ 6d. for life, but now dec'd & Thos. CHEESMAN admitted.

[prev. Court 20 Oct. 1747 & 19 Oct 1768    Next Court 15 Mar 1790]


also

Thos. CHEESMAN admitted to mess. length southwards 45ft. 2in., breadth eastwards 12ft. 3", 
westward 14ft. abutting -
                          north - to mess. prev. John IMPETT now John BROOK
                          east - to mess. of Richd. RABSON
                          west - to highway
                          south - to footway to Butcher's Shambles
                                                                                                        Rent 8s 4d                      [69]
occup. late John LOVEDAY, now Thos. CHEESMAN.

[ Prec. Court 19 Oct. 1768    Next Court 15 Mar 1790]


ALSO

Thos. RAYNER of Ashford, cabinermaker & wife Elizabeth surrender to Richard HAMMON(D) of Ashford, 
cabinet maker, land & mess. called 'Bell' abutting -
                          west - to land of Edw. PIKE 11ft.
                          east - to passage from mess. of RAYNER to St. Johns Lane 14ft. 6ins.
                          south - to Meeting House 23ft.
                          north - to mess. late Thos. GELLIBRAND, (prev. John THORPE), then Evan DAVIES & 
                                                    wife GELLIBRAND, now Thos. RAYNER 23ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [155]


also
land with stables etc. & passage to St. Johns Lane abutting -
                          east - to yard of Martha PARKIN 61ft. 3in
                          west - to passage 53 ft.
                          north - to mess. & yard of Martha PARKIN 23 ft. 4in
                          south - to St. Johns Lane 38 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                      [156]

Richd. HAMMON(D) admitted.

[Prev. Court 20 Oct 1786    Next Court 15 Apl. 1789]


ALSO

Samuel FFLINT of Ashford, farmer & wife Ann surrender to Thos. FFLINT of Ashford, ironmonger - 
land with edifices, abutting -
                          east - to land pre. Simon GILBERT, now Grace WHITFELD
                          south - to gdn. prev. Simon EVERDEN, now Sarah FFLINT 20ft. 6in
                          west- to land prev. Thos. DAN, now Thos. FFLINT 6 perch 4ft.
                          north - to mess. of Sarah FFLINT
                                                                                                        Rent 10d                           [118]
Occup. Eliz. DAWSON, wid. 


also
land 32 ft. by 22 1/2ft enclosed by pales & rails being part of orchard land prev. Mary EVERDEN, wid. 
abutting -
                          east - to lands of Grace WHITFELD
                          south & west - to lands prev. Thos.DAN, now Thos. FFLINT
                          north - to land desc. above
                                                                                                        Rent 2 1/2d                       [119]
Occup. Eliz. DAWSON 

Thos. FFLINT admittted, and then surrenders to persons in his will

[ Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1784    Next Court 8 July 1802]


Ffrancis WILLIS,linendraper, dec'd., held mess. now in two tens, abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev. Thos NEWTON, now Hy. GOLD 24ft.
                          west - to mess. prev. James LAKE, then WM. SPRATT, now John SCOTT
                          north - to Butchery Lane 18ft. 2in.
                          south - to lane to Church
together with land on South side, late occup. Joan MATTHEWS, since Thos. MATTHEWS, her son, 
now Wm. POPE & [ ]PALMER, wid.                                                   Rent 7/8d                         [234]

Francis WILLIS surrendered at Court 26 Oct. 1737 to persons in his will.

By will 11 Apl. 1758 to Joan MATTHEWS, one sister of his deceased wife for life, prems. purchased 
of Edw. BRENT, then Thos. MATTHEWS, her son.

Both Joan & Thos now dec'd. Prems. to Ann dau. of Joan, & now wife of John HOOKER, prev. of Ashford, 
but now Chatham, carpenter.

John & Ann HOOKER admitted, but then surrender to Ann, wife of Edw. CHILES of Chatham, carpenter, 
John HOOKER,ygr. carpenter. & Eliz. HOOKER, spinster (3 children of John & Ann HOOKER).

Children then surrender to Edward PIKE of Ashford, stationer.


also
for land abutting -
                          east - to lane from Churchyard to Churchfield, called Garden Way
                          south - to land prev. Wm. STANLEY, now Wm. DOWNE 32ft. 8in.
                          west - to garden of Richard RABSON 51ft. 3in
                          north - to Churchyard 31ft 10 1/4in
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                            [235]
Surrendered as above to Edw. PIKE 

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1776


also
for surrender of John & Ann HOOKER of Chatham, shop, prev. butchers, then glaziers, now & for 
some time a dwelling hse, in place called Butchery, prev. Market Place.

[ prev Court 18 Oct.1776    Next Court 26 May 1891]

abutting -            north - to Butchery Lane
                          south - to waste of LORD OF MANOR
                          east - to footway & other waste
                          west - to mess. prev. butcher's shop, prev. JOHN LAMBIN, then John & Eliz. BAKER, 
                                       and Mary BAKER, now John MASCALL
Length 17 1/2ft. breadth 7 1/2ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d                          [184]
Occup. prev. Wm. BURBRIDGE, glazier, then MIchael LOVEDAY, now Thos. WALLER 

Ann HOOKER admitted at Court 17 October 1770

As above, then to Edward PIKE

[prev. Court 17 Oct. 1770    Next Court 17 April 1791]

ALSO

Geo. FFARBRACE of Dover, gent., dec'd, held 2 pces. land 7 1/2 acres abutting -
                          east - to land of LORD, & land of Stephen KEMSLEY
                          south - to land of John & Margaret BLUNDELL
                          west - to lane Barrowhill / Gorehill.
                          north - to land called Long Tilton, prev. Hy TOLLER, now Eliz. APSLEY, wid.

Occup. Simon PEVERETT                                                                  Rent 9/2d                        [74]

FFARBRACE surrendered to persons in his will at Court 19 June 1783, and died 17 December 1785, and by 
will 10 December 1785, all land to uncle Hy. FFARBRACE of Ashford, grocer, and bro-in-law Isaac Mushey
THRALE, of Maidstone, as trustees for 2 children Sarah Lamb FFARBRACE & Geo. Hy. Teale FFARBRACE, subject to an annuity of 150 to wife Elizabeth Ann.


also
for land, part of Bull Garden, abutting -
                          north - to yard & workshop prev. Thos COLE
                          west - to lands of Isaac RUTTON
                          south - to Back Lane
                          east - to gdn. of Rev. Charles STODDART
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                            [75]
Prev. occup. Thos COLE, now John HOPE 


also for moiety of land called Ashford Meadow, 7 acres, abutting -
                          east - to land of Stephen GREENHILL & lands of Thos. FFLINT
                          south - to land of LORD OF MANOR, & 2 small pcs. of Hy. GOLD
                          west - to River Stour
                          north - to lands of Thos. COLE & John DUNK
                                                                                                        Rent 11/8d                        [77]
Occup. Wm. WALL 


also
: for moiety of land 2 acres called Little Princes in Willesborough
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                            [78]

also:
for moiety of land called Gt. Cowleeze & Lille Cowleeze 9 - 3 - 13 abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          south - to lands of Wm. AUSTEN
                          west - to lands of Joseph MACE
                          north - to Parsonage Glebe
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                            [79]
Occup. Wm. WALL 

Hy. FFARBRACE & Isaac TEALE admitted as tenants.

[ Prev. Court 19 June 1783 [74-5] & [77- 9]       Next Court 15 Jan 1821]

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[169]   24 November 1788    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Stephen KEMSLEY, innholder, of Ashford, dec'd., held moiety of land 5 rods & 2 1/2 rods, abutting -
                          northeast - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, & land called Little Tilton
                          south - to mess. prev. Thos. HOOKER, then Stephen KEMSLEY
                          west - to land of Thos. COLE
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [214]
Occup. Stephen KEMSLEY, now Simon PEVERETT 


also:

land called Little Tilton, 3 roods, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          west - to lands of Margaret BLUNDELL & Thos. COLE
                          south - to mess. of Thos. COLE, lands of Geo. BACK, lands of Stephen GREENHILL, 
                                         lands of Leo APSLEY, & lands of Thos. MATSON

Occup. as above.                                                     
                          Rent 1/3d                         [215]

Stephen KEMSLEY surrendered to persons in his will at Court 6 Oct. 1756 &
20 Aug. 1761. Will 7 Aug. 1768, and all prems. (incl. "George") to wife Eleanor
for life, & then to son Stephen.
Eleanor now dead, & prems. to son now of Maidstone, innholder, who is admitted.

[ Prev. Court 3 Apl. 1771 Next Court below.]

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[170]   15 April 1789 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & John SCOTT

Stephen KEMSLEY, junr. & wife Elizabeth surrender to Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, brewer, premises as above, rents 2d. & 1/3d                                                                                                             [214 & 215]

[ Prev. court above         Next Court pt. 19 Oct. 1792 + pt. 19 Apl. 1797 [215] & 7 June 1810 [214]


ALSO

Joseph VIRRILL of Ashford, hatter, & wife Abigail surrender to Hy. CREED, mercer & draper, mess. abutting -
                          north - to land (desc. below),where mess. prev. stood & mess. of Deborah ELSE
                          west - to waste of LORD OF MANOR
                          south - to common lane

Length 33ft. 4 in., breadth 12 ft. 5in.
Occup. Thos. AUSTEN, now Wm. PHILLIPS                                        Rent 4/8d                         [330]

and
small pce. land where mess. stood, 12ft x 3ft. abutting -
                          west - to waste of LORD, where shop of Robt. COWTON formerly stood.
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to mess. desc. above
                          east - to mess. of Deborah ELSE
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [331]
Prev. occup. by Thos. AUSTEN 

Hy. CREED admitted.

[Prev. Court 3 Oct. 1761     Next Court 17 June 1815 [330]; 9 June 1821 [331]  ]


Hy. CREED in Feb. 1789 pulled down shops with consent of John HOOKER & wife Ann, & LORD OF MANOR.
Butcher's shop 7ft x 12 1/2ft in Butchery, prev. Market Place, abutting -
                          west - to ten. of Eliz. wife of Richd. RABSON, prev. butcher's shop of Edw. NOWER
                          east - to another shop of John HOOKER, occup. John HONEY
                          north - to High Street
                          south - to common way to Church [183]

[ Prev. Court 17 October 1770 ]

Prop. of HOOKER, admitted at court 17 Oct. 1770
Ground now part of public highway.
Before demolition Hy. CREED to payment of rent of 4/-, but this has not been done, and he now argues it 
should be charged on following premises purch. by Hy. CREED from Deborah ELSE

Deborah ELSE surrenders to Hy. CREED mess. prev. butcher's shop, 13ft. 10 in. x 14 ft. 4 in abutting -
                          east - to mess. of Thos HERITAGE, Jas. Allen GORSSE & Mary ADCOCK
                          west - to other part of mess. prev. Jas. BATES, now Deborah ELSE
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to mess. prev. Bridget DUNK, now Jos. VIRRILL.

Occup. Deborah ELSE                                                                       Rent 3/8d                         [114]

Hy. CREED admitted at rent of 7/8d [4/- + 3/8d]


ALSO
: same, with another butcher's shop, then hse. occup. John HONEY, & shop adjoining 7 ft. x 24 ft. abutting -
                          west - to shop of John & Ann HOOKER
                          east - to shop of LORD OF MANOR
                          south - to way to Church
                          north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                            [185]
Demolished

Deborah ELSE surrenders to Hy. CREED, mess. 7 ft. 6 1/2 in in breadth, formerly said to be 7ft. 4 in. but 
actually 14ft. 4 in. abutting -
                          east - to another mess. formerly ELSE, now CREED
                          north - to Butchery
                          west - to land where mess. stood
                          south - to mess. prev. DUNK, now VIRRILL
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [115]
Occup. Deborah ELSE 


Henry CREED admitted at rent of 9/- [8/- + 1/-]

[Prev. Court 6 Nov. 1766    Next Court 17 June 1811 (part) & 9 Nov. 1821]


ALSO

Richard HAMMON, cabinet maker, surrenders to Edw. PIKE, stationer.
   (1)   Land at rent 1d. as at Court 29 October 1788
   (2)      - ditto - 4 1/2d - ditto -
                                                                                                                                               [155 & 156]
Edward PIKE admitted

Next Court 7 Apl. 1790


ALSO

John CHAPMAN, dec'd., gardener, held moiety of land 1 rod, 2 perch, abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR called Churchfield
                          west - to footway from Churchyard to Churchfield
                          north- to Churchyard & land prev. Thos. HAMMOND, now Rev. Chas. STODDART
                          east - to land prev. Robt. COOPER, now Richd. RABSON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d.
Prev. occup. Wm. TAYLOR, then John BACK, innkeeper, then John CHAPMAN, now Nicholas MEARS. 

John CHAPMAN dec'd. without surrender, & by descent property to Wm. CHAPMAN of Folkestone, 
linendraper, his only son.

Wm. CHAPMAN admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

Also for other moiety.                                                                                                                [90]

[ Prev. Court 18 Apl. 1770 Next Court 9 Nov. 1821]


ALSO

First proclamation of the death of Thos. TRITTON of Battersea, brewer.

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[171]   15 August 1789 John FFOOTE, Lord Geo. JEMMETT, Deputy Steward.

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Samuel MUNN surrenders to Elizabeth SMYTH of Ashford, spinster

Stable & coal house, with lofts over (prev. two small mess. or tens.), prev. occup Ffrancis WHITFELD, clerk, 
now Samuel MUNN, near Castle Lane, with land adjoining and behind the stable etc. abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane 24 ft.
                          south - to mess & lands prev. Jas. TAPPENDEN, carpenter, now Edw. HONNISS, & to 
                                          brewhse. late Saml. MUNN now Eliz. SMYTH 55ft. 2 in.
                          east & north - to lands of Prudence MATSON north 42ft. 3in
                          east 10 ft. 4 in.
(breadth in middle, south to north 10ft. 6in)
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d.                        [351]
Elizabeth SMYTH admitted, & surrenders to persons in her will. 

[ Prev. Court 21 Oct. 1778    Next Court 16 Oct. 1801]

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[172]   23 October 1789 Same Lord. Samuel MUNN, Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

John APSLEY, dec'd., carpenter, held land with mess. or ten. & 1/2 well

Prev. occup. Thos JACOBS & Peter RABSON, then Edw. BARRETT, taylor, & Mary SEARLES, spinster, 
now John GODFREY & other part empty, abutting -
                          east - to footpath churchyard / Beaver 49 1/2ft.
                          south - to lands called Churchfield 27 1/2ft.
                          west - to lands of Rev. Chas. STODDART & others 60 1/2ft.
                          north - to land prev. Eliz. HAMMOND, now Chas. STODDART 15 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [18]

John APSLEY died 29 June 1789, intestate, [bur. 4 July 1789] and heir Margaret Elizabeth APSLEY, 
aged 14 years. Jane APSLEY, widow of John & mother of M.E. admitted as guardian.


also
for land, part of timber yard, abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, now John HAFFENDEN 60 ft.
                          west - to other part of timber yard 60 ft.
                          south - to freehold lands of John APSLEY 19 ft. 9 in
                          north - to lands prev. Stephen KEMSLEY, now Wm. BALDOCK 19 ft. 9in.

late occup. John APSLEY, now Arthur APSLEY                                   Rent 1/2d                         [19]

[ prev. Court 7 Apl. 1779


ALSO
Richd. GREENHILL, tanner, surrenders to John HAFFENDEN, surgeon, land, 1/2 rood & 
5 perch [i.e. 25 perch] abutting -
                          west - to lands prev. Thos. CURTEIS, now heirs of John APSLEY
                          north - to back lane of Stephen KEMSLEY, now Wm. BALDOCK
                          east - to lands prev. Stephen ATKINS, now Sarah, wife of Jas. Allen GORSSE
                          south - to lands prev. Stephen GREENHILL, now John HAFFENDEN & 
                                        lands of heirs of John APSLEY
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [147]
Occup. Stephen GREENHILL, then Mary, his widow, now John HAFFENDEN

John HAFFENDEN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1786    Next Court 25 May 1810]


ALSO

Joseph VIRRILL, hatter, dec'd, held land now a garden, prev. part of land on which a barn was built, now 
converted to two tens., abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Mary DREWRY, wid., now Edw. PIKE 65ft.
                          south - to land of Grace WHITFELD 29 ft.
                          west - to common way to necessary house 65 ft.
                          north - to woodhse. of Grace WHITFELD 28 ft.
and also the middle necessary house                                                   Rent 6d.                          [329]

prev. occup. Joseph VIRRILL, now Abigail, his widow & son John VIRRILL

On death of Joseph [           ] prems. to son John, who is admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 3 Oct. 1761    Next Court 9 Nov. 1821]


ALSO
By indtre of lease & release 26/27 Apl. 1743 between (1) Isaac RUTTON Bach. of Physick 
(2) Judith STOKES, spinster (3) Sir Edward DERING & Nicholas TOKE (4) Thos. HOOKER & 
Edmund DAVIS - [marriage settlement]

Isaac RUTTON owns [inter alia] copyhold land Bull Garden and Beaver lands, part was estate of Thos. 
NOWER, DEC'D., & part Mary MASCALL, dec'd., purchased by her of Matthias RUTTON.
[should be Thos. HOOKER, trustee to marriage settlement of Isaac RUTTON - see Court 11 Dec. 1789]
Isaac RUTTON now dec'd, and heir his only child Elizabeth BARTELOTT of Stopham, Sussex, wid., now 
also dec'd. Her heir, the eldest son Walter, now taken the surname of SMYTH.

Now Isaac RUTTON surrenders to Walter SMYTH 6 pces. pasture land, prev. 5 pces., 34 acres at Beaver, 
2 pces. called Longhams, 2 pces called the Brooks, one pce. called Six Acres, I pce. Shaffradge abutting -
                          south - to lands of John GRANT
                          west - to other lands of RUTTON, lands prev. John ASHERST, clerk, now
                          John QUIHAMPTON & other lands of John GRANT
                          north - to land called Pellacres
                                                                                                        Rent 1 -4 - 4d                [ 281]
Prev. occup. Thos. HENLEY, now Saul FFLINT 


also
pasture prev. called Bull Garden, adjoining gdn. of RUTTON to his mansion house, in length 7 rodds , 
breadth 7 rodds abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Thos NOWER, since Thos. COLE, now Trustees of School
                          west - to lands late Rev. GORSSE, Mrs. ADCOCK & Mrs. HERITAGE (formerly ATKINS), 
                                          now Bertram THORNE
                          south - to land prev. Geo. ROOKE, called The Butts, otherwise Churchfield
                          north - to lands of Parish Church & Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [282]

[ NB: Arthur Ruderman states: this is rubbish. See Court 11 Dec. 1789 for revocation. Elizabeth BARTELOTT was heir of Thos. HOOKER, surviving trustee of marriage settlement - see Court 24 Sep. 1799 ]


also : land 2 1/2 acres, prev. part of wood, all abuttals to other land of RUTTON. Rent 2/3d             [283]


also
: land, 6acres, also prev. part of Hempsted Wood, abutting-
                          north, west & east - to other lands of RUTTON
                          south - to land of EARL OF THANET called Small Mead
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                           [284]


also
: land 3 @ 15p abutting east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane & elsewhere 
to other lands of RUTTON                                                                   Rent 5/-                           [285]


also
: land, 4 @ 18p, also prev. part of Hempstead Wood abutting -
                          east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane
                          south & west - to other lands of RUTTON
                          north - to lands prev. Daniel FFUSS, now RUTTON     Rent 6/4d                         [286]


also
: 2 pces. land, prev. wood, 11 acres, all abuttals to other lands of RUTTON   Rent 11/4d          [287]


also
: land & barn, 10 acres, abutting -
                          east & south - to lands of RUTTON
                          north - to lands prev. Daniel MOORCOCK, now [     ]Hunt, widow, & lands of Parish Church.

Prev. occup. James, now Saml. FFLINT                                               Rent 17/4d                       [288]


also
: 4 pces. 13 1/2 acres 1 rood, at Hempsted, abutting -
                          south - to land prev. Thos. RADNOR now heirs of Thos. TRITTON
                          east - to lands of Parish Church
                          west & north - to other lands of RUTTON                     Rent 1 - 3 - 1d               [289]


also
: land, 14 acres, at Hempsted, all abuttals to other lands of RUTTON  Rent 8/11d                    [290A]


also
: Poll Bay Meadow 7 acres, abutting -
                          south & east - to land prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          south west & east - to river
                          north & east - to land prev. Richd., now Stephen GREENHILL   Rent 14/-            [290B]


also
: meadow, part of Eastmead (with rowen of whole) 7 acres, abutting -
                          west - to highway & lands prev. heirs of John COULTER
                          north - to river & lands prev. Thos. WATTS, & lands prev. Danl. FFUSS
                          north & west - to lands prev. Thos. WATTS
                          east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          south - to lands of RUTTON, called Pellacres.
                                                                                                        Rent 18/8d                       [291]


also
: land 3 acres, at Barrowhill, abutting -
                          west & north - to highway & elswhere to other lands of RUTTON
                                                                                                                                  Rent 3/-   [292]
Isaac RUTTON the father was admitted 21 October 1741, now to Isaac RUTTON the son 
for life, then to Walter SMYTH

[ Prev. Court 21 October 1741    Next Court 11 Dec. 1789]


ALSO
: Thos. TRITTON dec'd of Battersea, brewer held moiety of 2 acres of meadow, part of Hempsted, 
otherwise Bull Meadow, with rowen of the whole abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Richd. BEALE, then Rebecca QUESTED, now Ursula TADDY
                          south - to river
                          north & west - to lands given to the Parish Church
Admitted 13 April 1748 on surrender of Jane BIGG
                                                                                                        Rent 3/2d                        [320]
Prev. occup. Wm. TAYLOR, then Thos. TRITTON, now Robt. TRITTON

John Henton TRITTON admitted by Geo. JEMMETT as attorney, but then surrenders to bro. Geo. 
TRITTON of Battersea, brewer, who then surrenders to persons in his will.

Repeated for other moiety.

[ Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1765    Next Court 19 Apl. 1797 ]

[Attorneys George JEMMETT & Geo. ROBINSON, innkeeper on 20 Oct. 1789. appointed by indtre of 
John Henton TRITTON (son) of Lombard Street, London, banker, Geo TRITTON, (son), of Battersea, 
brewer, & Robt. TRITTON (bro.) of Ashford, maltster, John SIMS (nephew) of Paternoster Row, London, 
doctor of physick , & Anne-Marie TRITTON of Battersea, widow. By will of Thos. TRITTON, 6 Aug. 1784, 
property to son George. Sale of estate to Robt. COOK, yeoman,
of Willesborough, for 120


also for land with mess. length 5 3/4 rods, on one side & 5 3/4 and 1/2 rod on other side, 
& in breadth 4 3/4 rods, abutting -
                          south - to highway
                          east, west & north - to lands of Richd. & Stephen GREENHILL, occup. Thos. MOON
                                                                                                        Rent 4d                            [321]
to be void if 55 paid by 13 October
Now surrendered to Robt. COOK of Willesborough, who is admitted.

[prev. court 13 Apl. 1748    Next Court 19 Apl. 1797]


ALSO

John BOURNE of Ashford, gent., & wife Mary surrender to Joseph DAWSON of Ashford, baker.
(1) land near Smith's forge, prev. John APSLEY, then John SIDNEY & wife Elizabeth, since 
John BOURNE, & now Joseph DAWSON, abutting -
                          east - to highway
                          south & west - to lands prev. Eliz. VIALL now ........
                          north & west - to Smith's Forge
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [302]
Occup. Wm. POPE 

(2) land, length 12ft., breadth 10 inches, prev. with cellar, now foundation of house prev. 
John APSLEY etc. [as above]
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [303]
Occup. Wm. POPE 

(3) land, length 18ft., breadth 2ft. 4in. on north, 1ft. 8in. on south, abutting -
                          west - to lands late Phebe SUDELL, widow, since Edw. BARRETT, now John ABBOTT
                          south - to mess. prev. Thos. MORRIS, then John SIDNEY, now Joseph DAWSON
                          east & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [304]

Joseph DAWSON admitted

[ Prev. Court 2 May 1776,    Next Court 29 May 1815]

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[173]   11 December 1789    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & John SCOTT

Isaac RUTTON, senior, has surrendered to Walter SMYTH [by George & Wm. JEMMETT as attorneys] 
but now revokes prev. settlement in favour of Isaac, his eldest son and Matthias his second son.

Then surrenders to Bertram THORNE of same lands.

George JEMMETT complains by pledges John DOE & Richd. DOE

Bertram THORNE defends against Isaac RUTTON

Isaac RUTTON junr. defends by warranty of Hy. CREED. Leave to adjourn until 12 noon.

At 12 noon Henry CREED does not appear when called.

Afterwards estate confirmed to Isaac RUTTON, senr; then to son Isaac, then Matthias, 
all lands as at Court 23 October 1789

[ Prev. Court 23 Oct. 1789    Next Court 1 May 1792 [281 - 292]

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[174]   15 March 1790    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Thos. CHEESMAN of Ashford, butcher & wife Ann surrender to Wm. HAYWOOD of Willesborough, grocer,
mess or ten. abutting -
                          north - to mess prev. John IMPETT, now John BROOK
                          east - to mess. of Richd. RABSON
                          west - to highway
                          south - to footway to butcher's shambles
                                                                                                        Rent 8/4d.                        [69]
Occup. prev. John LOVEDAY now Thos. CHEESMAN 

[prev. Court 29 Oct 1788    Next Court 22 Oct. 1790 ]


also
for mess. (now in two parts) abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard
                          prev. occup. John, now [      ] ILLDEN, widow 
with garden before the house, and slaughterhouse, pound, & stables
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                         [218]
prev. occup. Thos. LOVEDAY, then Thos. CHEESMAN, now [       ] ELFE

William HAYWARD admitted.

[ prev. Court 29 Oct.1788    Next Court 22 Oct. 1790]

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[175]   7 April 1790    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Edw. PIKE stationer held mess. now in two dwellings, one used by Messrs. MUNN & JEMMETT as 
offices, other occup. Margaret SCOTT, with brew & washhse held in common by freehold & copyhold 
tens. of PIKE & 2 small garden spots adj., tens & lying on sth. side thereof these tens & gdns abut -
                          north - to copyhold gutter
                          west - to mess. prev. Jane now Grace WHITFELD
                          south - to St. Johns Lane
                          east - to gdn.prev. John THORPE, then Rev.Thos. GELLIBRAND , now Edw. PIKE


also :
woodstack & yard & gdn. containing 7 days work & 9ft. abutting -
                          north - to St. Johns Lane
                          east - to stables etc. prev. John THORPE, then John WATERMAN, now Martha PARKINS
                          south & east - to college lands
                          west - to garden desc. below
                                                                                                        Rent 1/10d.                      [101]
Occup. Edw. PIKE as assigns. 


also
: land breadth at south end 35 ft. 3in, north end 32 ft. with stables, graineries & slaughterhouse, built
all in one building occup. John BACK & John KETTLE, the other part gdn. occup. John BACK abutting -
                          north - to St. John Lane
                          west - to gdns. of Grace WHITFELD & John VIRRILL
                          south - to College lands
                          east - to woodstack etc. desc. above 
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [102]

Surrender to John BACK, butcher, ten. used by MUNN & JEMMETT & gdn. behind abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          west - to lands of Grace WHITFELD
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to passageway betw. this mess. & that occup. by Mgt. SCOTT


also land abutting -
                          west - to bldg. above, stables, grainery & slaughterhse 35 ft.
                          north - 38ft. 7in
                          south - 29 ft. 1in
                          east - 29 ft.


also
ground on which bldg., stables, grainery & slaughterhse. are built, north 32ft. 3in. south 32ft. 4in, 
east - 22ft. 2in, west 22ft 6in, but reserving to John READER the stable, pt. of bldg, & grainery, 
occup. Jas. KETTLE


also
grounds with woodhouse & pond, abutting -
                          west - to lands of WHITFELD & VIRRILL, 98ft. 10in .
                          east - 10 ft. 4in
                          north - 32ft. 4in
                          south - 34 ft.

John BACK admitted at rent of 10d.


Repeated for surrender to John READER of Ashford, cordwainer, ten & gdn. occup. Margaret SCOTT abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          east - to lands of PIKE, prev. THORPE
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          south & west - to passage between this mess. & that occup. MUNN & JEMMETT


also
land abutting -
                          east - to lands of Martha PARKIN 43 ft.
                          on west - 33 ft.
                          north - 31 ft. 5in
                          south - 26 ft.


also
stable, part of bldg. above, stable, grainery etc.

John READER admitted at rent of 10d.

tenement & the one occup. by Margaret SCOTT to east.

also
land abutting to west of above, building consisting of stables & slaughterhouse,
                          on north side - 38ft. 7in
                          on south side - 29 ft.1in
from north to south towards building 35 ft. & on east end 29 ft.
with necessary house, reserving to John READER of Ashford, shoemaker, the use of necessary house 
in common with John BACK & land on which stables stand :
                          on north - 32ft. 3in
                          south - 32 ft. 4in
                          east - 22 ft. 2in
                          west - 22ft. 6 in.
but reserving to John READER the stable (part of the building) now occup. by Jas. KETTLE


also
land on which stands woodhouse & pound , on west (towards lands of John VIRRILL and 
Grace WHITFELD) 98ft. 10 in., 
                          on east 101ft. 4 in., 
                          on north 32ft. 4in., 
                          on south 34ft.
                                                                                                                                               [102]
Slaughterhouse, stables, land & prems. are lands prev. held at 1d.

John BACK admitted at rent of 10d                                                                                           [pt. 101]


ALSO

Edw. PIKE of Ashford, stationer, & wife Sarah surrender to Geo. WALTER, grocer, land & mess. 
formerly called "Bell " abutting -
                          west - to land of PIKE 11ft.
                          east - to passage from mess. of PIKE to St. Johns Lane 14ft. 6in
                          south - to Meeting House 23 ft.
                          north - to mess. of John THORPE, then Thos. GELLIBRAND, then Evan DAVIS 
                                    & wife Grace, now Edw. PIKE
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [155]


also
land with stable, woodhouse, etc. with way from mess. prev. DAVIS, now PIKE -
                          east - to yard or backside of Martha PARKIN 64ft. 3in
                          west - to passageway 53 ft.
                          north - to mess. & yard of Martha PARKIN 23ft. 4in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 38 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                     [156]
[ Prev. court 15 Apl 1789.    Next 14 July 1791]


ALSO
Richd. KEYS of Broad Street Bldgs., London appts. Geo. JEMMETT & Geo. ROBINSON, innholder, 
as attorneys to surrender -
Sarah KEYS (nee GREENHILL) wife of Richd. surrendered 26 Mar 1790 (out of Court) to Christopher HULL, 
Deputy Steward, to use of John MASCALL, ygr. and Richard KEYS surrenders likewise by his attorneys 
land called Sereland or Shereland, prev. separated or fenced off, but now laid open again, prev. occup. 
Josias PATTERSON, now John MASCALL  [one third]
                                                                                                        Rent 3/5 1/2d.                 [146]
John MASCALL admitted. 

[ Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1786

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[176]   22 October 1790    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SCOTT & Richd. RABSON

Wm. HAYWARD of Willesborough, shopkeeper & wife Jane, surrender to John IMPETT, gent., mess. 
or ten., abutting -
                          north - to mess. prev. IMPETT, now John BROOKS
                          east - to mess. of Richd. RABSON 12ft. 3 in
                          west - to High Street 14 ft.
                          south - to footway to butcher's shambles 45 ft. 4 in
                                                                                                        Rent 8/4d                         [6?]
occup. John LOVEDAY, then Thos. CHEESMAN, now Wm. HAYWARD ygr., butcher.

Conditional on payment of 500 with interest @ 4 1/2% not being paid by 22 Apl. 1791.

[ prev. Court 15 Mar. 1790 Next 3 May 1805 ]


also
for part of mess. now in 2 dwellings abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard, prev. occup. John , now [      ] ILLDEN, widow, with small 
                                       gdn & slaughterhouse, pound etc.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d                         [70]
Conditional on payment of 500 as above.


also
for part of mess. now in 2 dwellings with woodlodge & gdn. to south occup. LOVEDAY, 
then CHEESMAN, now [      ] ELSE
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                         [218]
same conditions as above

[ Prev. Court 15 Mar. 1790     Next Court 3 May 1805]


ALSO
Nicholas LADD of Mersham, YEOMAN, dec'd., held land / - / - 20 on which he built 2 mess. , 
one occup. Robt. TOURNAY, labourer [? see 1762], other Samuel ELDRIDGE, now Edw. YOUNG, 
& part of land prev. occup. Wm. WOODLAND, now Richd. CLARKE, butcher, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Wm. DAY, then Nicholas LADD
                          south - to lands of Christchurch, Canterbury
                          west - to lands of John BOYS
                          north - to Highway
in MERSHAM
By will 29 June 1771, lands to dau. Mary, wife of John RABBETT of Mersham, bricklayer, for life, then 
to son John RABBETT.

Mary RABBETT dec'd., John RABBETT admitted.

[ Prev. Court 22 Apl. 1772    Next Court 14 July 1791]


ALSO
Joseph BOSWORTH of Wye, schoolmaster,& wife Mary, prev. Mary BACK, widow, surrender to 
Richd. BARRETT of Ashford, salesman, moiety of land called Tilton abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Thos SUTTON, then Thos. COLE, now Ambrose REEVE
                          north - to lands prev. Stephen KEMSLEY, now Wm. BALDOCK
                          west & south - to land prev. John POPE, now Jas. BOSWORTH
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [32]
Prev. occup. Eliz. SMALL, wid., now Francis NORWOOD & Hy. TRICE

Richd. BARRETT admittd, & then for other moiety 

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct 1777    Next Court 21 Aug. 1818 ]

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