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[177]   8 March 1791    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John BROOKE

Wm. DYNE, gent., of Milton next Sittingbourne, by Chas. BAKER of Ashford, carpenter, surrenders to 
Lewis WHITFELD of Ashford, gent., land with mess. one rood of land in North Lane, occup by Eliz. SPRATT 
& John NASH, abutting -
                          west - to North Lane
                          south - to land of Wm. (prev. Eliz.) SPRATT, prev. John TRITTON
                          east - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD, prev. John WATERMAN
                          north - to land called Pellhill, prev. LORD OF MANOR, then Geo. SINNOTT,
                          then John MARSHALL, now Robt. MASCALL
                                                                                                        Rent 12d                          [108]

Lewis WHITFELD admitted, but then surrenders to Wm. JEMMETT, who then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 2 Apl. 1777    Next Court       ]

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27 April 1791    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Edw. PIKE & wife Sarah surrender to John Sharp of Betherden, gent., mess. or ten., now in 2 dwellings, abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev. Thos NEWTON, now Hy. GOLD 24 FT.
                          west - to mess. prev. Jas LAKE, then Wm. SPRATT, heirs, now John SCOTT
                          north - to Butchery Lane 18ft. 2in.
                          south - to lane to Church
and land enclosed with posts & rails from the south part
                                                                                                        Rent 7/8d/                         [234]

Prev. occup. Joan MATTHEWS, then her son Thos., now Wm. POPE & [       ] PALMER, widow

Sharp admitted conditionally on 100 + 5% interest not paid by 26 Oct. 1791

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26 May 1791 (continued)


Similarly for land with stable, abutting -
                          east - to garden way from Churchyard to Churchfield lane 50 ft.
                          south - to land prev. Wm. STANLEY now Wm. DOWNE 32 ft. 8 in.
                          west - to land of Richd. RABSON 55 ft.
                          north - to Churchyard 30 ft 10 1/4in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [235]

Occup. Joan MATTHEWS & Wm. WALTER, then Francis LOADER & Thos.STANLEY, now Wm. POPE 
& [      ] HILLS, widow, & Edw. PIKE

Sharp admitted on same condition.

similarly shop, prev. butcher's. then glazier's, now dwelling near Butchery, abutting -
                          north - to Butchery Lane
                          south - to waste of LORD OF MANOR
                          east - to other - ditto - & footway
                          west - to ten. prev. butcher's shop of John LAMBIN, then John & Eliz. BAKER, & 
                                       Mary BAKER, now John MASCALL

17 1/2 ft. length, x 7 1/2ft. breadth                                                       Rent 6/4d.                       [184]

prev. occup. Wm. BURBRIDGE, glazier, then Michael LOVEDAY, now Thos. WALLER

Sharp admitted on same condition 

[ Prev. Court (184 & 234/5) 29 Oct 1788    Next Court 11 Apl. 1792]

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14 July 1791   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & J. SCOTT

John RABBETT of Ramsgate surrenders land in Mersham to John VINER.
                                                                                                                                                [261]

[ Prev. Court 22 October 1790    Next Court 21 Oct. 1791]


Geo WALTER of Ashford, grocer, & wife Elizabeth surrender to Lewis WHITFELD land, 
prev. "Bell" as 7 Apl. 1790, mess. to north now WALTER                                                             [155]

land     - ditto -                                                                                                                          [156]

on condition that 200 with 5% interest not paid by 14 Jan 1791.

[Prev. Court 7 Apl. 1790    Next Court 17 Apl. 1800

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8 October 1791   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Lewis WHITFELD & John SCOTT

Benjamin COOMBER of Steyning,Sussex., gent., & wife Esther surrender to  Ffelix FFAGG of Ashford, 
surgeon, land & dwelling (prev. barn) abutting -
                          north - to gdn. late Thos DODD, now Sarah WHITFELD, spin., & gdn. prev. Saml. 
                                     BROOKES, baptist teacher, now Thos. CROMWELL, prev. lands of John HAWTRY,
                                     gent., 1 rod 10ft. 6in [27 ft.]
                          south - to St. John Lane 1 rod, 16ft. 4in [32 ft. 10 in.]
                          west - to passage of Saml. BROOKES, now Thos. CROMWELL 29 ft.
                          east - to passage of Sarah WHITFELD 26 ft. 4in

with passage to High Street at Court Gate, beyond lands of LORD OF MANOR
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [91]
Occup. Thos. BRICE, then Wm. COLVILLE, now Thos. LEEDS

Ffelix FFAGG admitted.

[Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1769     Next Court 20 Jan 1812]

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21 October 1791
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

John VINER surrenders land in Mersham to Thos NICHOLLS of Brabourne, bricklayer.

[ Prev. Court 14 July 1791 Next Court 5 Apl. 1799]


ALSO

Jas. ANDREWS, dec'd., held both moieties of meadow called Bigger Shaffradge & New Marsh, 18 acres, 
abutting -
                          north - to land of Isaac RUTTON, prev. Thos. HOWES, & land called Little Brook.
                          east - to lands of Geo. ROOKE, esq.
                          south - to land prev. Sir Chris. POWELL, then Mrs. Mary FFULLER, wid., now Wm. Stacey
                                   COAST, & land prev. John ASHERST, then John TIDHAM now John QUIHAMPTON.
                          west - to land called Little Brooke, & land prev. John ASHERST, then J. TIDHAM
                          now John QUIHAMPTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                          [171 & 227]

Occup. John WATERS, then Thos. HENLEY, butcher, then Thos. RICHARDSON , now Rev. Jas. BOND 

also
- land called Little Brooke, 5 1/4 acres abuttin -
                          north - to land of RUTTON, prev. NOWERS
                          east - to Great [sic!] Shaffradge
                          south - to New Marsh
                          west - to land ASHERST, then TIDHAM, then QUIHAMPTON

Occup. as above                                                                               Rent 1/10d                       [172 & 228]

also
one rood of land abutting -
                          east, west & south to lands of ASHERST/TIDHAM/QUIHAMPTON
                          north - to Scarlett Lane

Occup. as above                                                                                Rent 1d.                           [173 & 229]

Surrendered to persons in will at Court 17 Oct. 1777, By will 2 Aug. 1790 prems. to grandson John BOND, 
son of dau. Elizabeth.

James BOND (father) admitted as guardian.

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct. 1777    Next Court 25 May 1803 ]


First proclamation of the death of Elizabeth APSLEY, widow, whose premises descend to John HODGES 
of St. Margaret's Street, Cavendish Square, London.

First proclamation of the death of Ursula TADDY, widow, for lands neat Beever.

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17 January 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Thos. MATSON, baker, dec'd., held land, prev. timber yard, shop & chamber now erected, part of mess. 
remaining & also stables etc. built by MATSON abutting -
                          north - to lands of heirs of Stephen KEMSLEY
                          east - to lands of heirs of Leo. APSLEY, prev. part of timber yard
                          west & south - to land prev. Ffrancis WHITFELD, then Saml. MUNN, now Eliz. SMITH, 
                                                    also prev. part of timber yard.
                          west - to Castle Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.

Surrendered to persons in will 24 Oct. 1759, & by will dated 5 Oct. 1769 land to wife Prudence for life, then 
son William. " building formerly shop & chamber over, now a schoolhouse etc. to son John.

Prudence dec'd [       ]. Garden measured 'today' length on east & west 58ft. 3in, width 25ft. 2in., 
abutting as above but -
                          south - to freehold prems. of Wm. MATSON
                          west - to copyhold prems. of John MATSON

[Prev. court 17 Oct 1770]

to son Wm. who is admitted.                                                               at rent of 1/2d,                 [pt. 222]

[Next court 19 Oct. 1792]

Premises to John on west 58ft. 3in., on north 61ft., to west [ ] 31ft. 1 in., abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane
                          south - to prems. of Elizabeth SMITH
                          east - to garden of Wm. BALDOCK
                          north - to lands of BALDOCK

John MATSON admitted, but then surrenders to Stephen HILLS, butcher.

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11 April 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Stephen HILLS, butcher, & wife Mary, surrender to Thos. JOY, bricklayer, newly erected building, 
stables  & grainery, & bldg. prev. shop & chamber, now a schoolhse, lying betw. stables & prems. 
prev. WHITFELD/MUNN/SMITH
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d.                      [pt.222]
Thos JOY admitted 

[Next Court 22 Dec. 1828]


ALSO

Edward PIKE & wife Sarah surrender to Wm. MATE of Ashford, collarmaker, prems as at Court 26 May 1791
(1) at rent 7/8d                                                                                                                         [234]
(2) at rent 3d.                                                                                                                           [235]

[ Next Court 6 Apl. 1795 [rolls lost]     then 31 Dec. 1800]

MATE then surrenders to Austen DODD, conditional on 180 + 4% interest not paid by 11 October 1792

ALSO

Second proclamation of death of Ursula TADDY, re prems. occup. by Henry THOMSETT.

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1 May 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Isaac RUTTON, dec'd., held land with mess. long since built, adjoining Fish Mkt., breadth on east 28 ft., 
length, 44ft., & breadth on west 20 ft., occup. John WELLER.               Rent 4/-                           [293]

Surrendered to persons in will at Court 7 Apl. 1779. By will 12 July 1791, prems. to son Isaac, who is admitted.

Next Court

ALSO
premises at rent of 1 -4-4d. occup. Saml FLINT 16 May 1796                                  [281]
            -  "   -                       1-4d                      (lost) 16 Oct. 1795                                  [282]    20 Mar 97
            -  "   -                       2-3d                               13 Nov. 1799                                 [283]
            -  "   -                       8-0d                                13 Nov 1799                                 [284]
            -  "   -                       5-0d                                 8 May 1797                                 [285]
            -  "   -                       6-4d                       (lost) 16 Oct. 1795                                 [286]     9 Dec 1820
            -  "   -                      11-0d                                5 Apl. 1799                                  [287]
            -  "   -                      17-4d                                8 May 1797                                 [288]
            -  "   -                 1 -3 -1d                                8 May 1797                                  [289]
            -  "   -                       8 -11d                              5 Apl. 1799                                  [290]
            -  "   -                      14 - 0d                           16 May 1796                                  [290A]
            -  "   -                      18 - 8d                            16 May 1796                                  [291]
            -  "   -                        3 - 0d                            13 May 1797                                  [292]

all to son Isaac RUTTON (subject to charges) who is admitted and then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev Court 11 Dec 1789 Next Court as above]

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30 July 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

John MASCALL & wife Sarah surrender to Anthony HILLS, butcher, one little pce. of land on which is part 
of dwelling hse., prev. John LAMBIN, then Thos. LANES, now Anthony HILLS 11ft. x 4ft. abutting-
            -  "   -                       east - to washhouse
            -  "   -                       north - to shop of LAMBIN, then Chas BAKER, now MASCALL

Occup. Thos LANES, now Anthony HILLS

also another pce. of land on which is another part of hse. 12 ft. x 5 1/2 ft. abutting -
                          west & south - to highway
                          north - to prems. desc. above
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [57]

also:

corner shop in Butchery, with cellar & chamber & garret over, abutting -
                          east - to ten. of LAMBIN the baker, now MASCALL
                          south - to dwelling prev. shop.
                          north & west - to butchery
                                                                                                        Rent 9d                           [58]

also :
land with stable, slaughterhouse, & pound abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard 30 ft. 6in
                          south - to garden of Jas. COSTEKER 28 ft. 3in
                          east - to land of Lewis WHITFELD 57 ft. 3in.
                          west - to way to gdn of COSTEKER 57 ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [59]

also:
mess. prev. shop, length 15ft., breadth one end 11 ft., other 8ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 14d.                        [60]

also:
mess. prev. shop, abutting -
                          west - to butcher's shop above
                          east - to shop of Ann, wife of John HOOKER
                          north - to butchery
                          south - to part of mess., now occup. by Eliz. COUTTS, widow.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [61]

Anthony HILLS admitted

[ Prev Court 18 Oct 1776    Next Court 28 Apl 1819]

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21 August 1792    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & John SCOTT

Edw. PIKE, stationer & wife Sarah surrender to Uriah FFAULKNER of Ashford, hairdresser - shop, 
prev. butcher's, then glaziers, now dwelling, (17 1/2 ft. x 7 1/2 ft.) abutting -
                          north - to Butchery Lane
                          south - to waste of LORD OF MANOR
                          east - to other - ditto - & footway
                          west - to ten. prev LAMBIN, then BAKER, then MASCALL, now HILLS

Now occup. Ambrose REEVE                                                             Rent 6/4d                         [184]

Uriah FFAULKNER admitted.

[ Prev. Court 11 Apl. 1792     Next Court 1795(lost) then 8 Nov. 1819]


ALSO
Edw. PIKE surrenders to Thos. PAYNE of Ashford, grocer, land abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev. "Bell" & Meeting House 51ft. 9in
                          west - to mess. & gdn. prev. Mary DREWRY,wid., then Edw. PIKE, now John READER, 
                               late occup. wid. SNOAD, & Eliz. COSTEKER, now [      ] MILLER 53ft.
                          north - to mess. prev. PIKE, now PAYNE 29 ft. 6in.
                          south - to St. Johns Lane 29 ft. 6in. (prev. said to be 21ft.)

woodhse & necessary hse. lately stood on this land, occup. PIKE, then Jas. ALDERSON

Thos. PAYNE admitted.                                                                      Rent 1/5d.                       [154]

[ Prev. Court 22 Oct 1784    Next Court 18 Oct. 1799]


ALSO:
Edw. PIKE surrenders to PAYNE land abutting -
                          west - to gdn. John BACK 88ft. 9in.
                          south - to land of Vicar 38ft. 9in.
                          east - to lands of Vicar,gdn of Martha PARKIN, & gdn. of John READER 57ft. 9in
                          north - to gdn. of READER 26 ft.
                          north - to ground of READER reserved as common way 10 ft.

Tallow house & two cart lodges lately built. With right of way to St. John's Lane 
over land of John BACK.                                                                                                            [ pt. 101]


also :
land, next to St. Johns Lane with stables recently built, Abutting -
                          east - to stable of Martha PARKIN oocup. Ffelix FFAGG 26 ft.
                          west - to land of John BACK 29 ft.
                          north - to St. Johns Lane 14 ft.
                          south - 14 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d., part of 1/10d      [pt. 101A]

[ Prev. Court 7 Apl. 1790    Next Court 15 May 1811]

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19 October 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON, John SCOTT & Anthony HILLS

Thos. APSLEY held land called Long Tilton, 3 acres prev. 3 acres 3 1/2 roods, late occup. Geo. KNOTT, abutting -
                          north - to land of Thos. HUSSEY, now Ann HUSSEY
                          west - to highway, Barrowhill / Gorehill
                          south - to lands of Geo FFARBRACE & lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          east - to land desc. below 
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [24]

also
stables lately rebuilt, close, well & pump & land 3 rood 20 perch,(prev. said to be 1 1/2 roods & 
20 perch [? = 2 roods] occup. KNOTT, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands of HUSSEY, now Ann, his widow
                          south - to land of LORD OF MANOR
                          west - to land above
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [25]

By will 6 Jan 1774, prems to wife Elizabeth for life, then to John HODGES of Oxford Street, Westminster, 
surgeon. Eliz. now dec'd, and HODGES admitted by attorney Robt. Harris BARHAM of Canterbury, gent., 
& Geo. ROBINSON of Ashford, inn holder - HODGES surrenders to Wm. BUSHELL of Ashford, gent., who 
then surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 6 Apl. 1774    Next Court 18 Oct. 1804]


John WATERMAN held land 2 - 3 - 0, part converted to walled garden, abutting -
                          south - to land prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Robt. MASCALL, & land of heirs of John 
                                                    HORTON, malster, & land of of Thos. COLE, carpenter.
                          north & east - to other lands of Robt. MASCALL
                          west - to other lands of WATERMAN
                                                                                                        Rent 4/6d                         [345]
Occup. Jas. FFLINT, then John WATERMAN, now Lewis WHITFELD.

Surrendered to persons in will at Court 17 Nov. 1770

WATERMAN dec'd., 21 May 1779, & by will dated 29 Dec. 1778 prems to wife Martha for life, then to 
Lewis WHITFELD.

Martha WATERMAN dec'd., and Lewis WHITFELD admitted with wife Mary, but then surrenders to
Robt.MASCALL for life & then as in indtres of lease/release 23/24 Sept. 1790 betw. (1) Robt. MASCALL 
(2) Jeremiah CURTEIS of Rye & wife Jane, & Martha CURTEIS, spin., of Rye, eldest dau.of Jeremiah & 
Jane (3) Edward Jeremiah CURTEIS of Lincolns Inn Fields, Mddx., & Wm. JEMMETT, (4) Nicholas 
Roundell TOKE of Godington.
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                            [pt.345]
Robt. MASCALL admitted to land 1 - 3 - 7 

also
- for land 1 rood abutting -
                          north - to land prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Robt. MASCALL, heir of John MASCALL
                          west - to land prev. Saml. HALL, then John WATERMAN, now Lewis WHITFELD
                          east & south - land prev. Alexander PHILPOTT, then WATERMAN, now WHITFELD

Lewis WHITFELD admitted                                                                 Rent 6d.                           [344]

[ Prev Court 15 May 1782    Next Court 4 Nov. 1816]


Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, brewer & wife Elizabeth, surrender to Hy. THOMSETT Ashford, farmer, 
land abutting -
                          west - to land Mary DREWRY then PIKE 60ft. 6in
                          east - to land of Wm. BALDOCK 51 ft.
                          north - to land - ditto - 66ft. 6in
                          south - to land - ditto - used as common way 69ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [215]
Occup. Hy. TOMSETT 

With right to Castle Lane over common way on land of BALDOCK, width 14ft. [This later became Park Street]

Hy. TOMSETT admitted.      [to part only @ 6d see 24 Jan 1798] 

[Prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789    Next Court 19 Apl. 1797 ; 24 Jan 1798,  2 May 1800] 


ALSO

Wm. MATSON of Willesborough & wife Mary surrender to Richard DROWLEY of Ashford, baker, land 
prev. timber yard 58ft. 3in x 25ft. 2in abutting-
                          north - to land prev. Stephen KEMSLEY now Wm. BALDOCK
                          east - to land of John APSLEY
                          south - to prems. prev. Wm. MATSON now DROWLEY
                          west - to land prev. John MATSON now Thos. JOY
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                         [pt. 222]
Richard DROWLEY admitted

[ Prev. Court 17 Jan 1792 Next Court 13 July 1793]

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13 November 1792   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON, John SCOTT & Anthony HILLS

Susannah GREENHILL, spinster, by attorney Geo. JEMMETT & Geo. ROBINSON surrenders to John 
MASCALL Jnr., brewer, one third of land called Sereland, 6 acres.
                                                                                                        rent 3/5d [one third of 10/3d]   [146]
John MASCALL admitted.

[ Prev. Court 20 Oct 1786, 7Apl. 1790    Next Court below]

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4 December 1792
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & Anthony HILLS

John MASCALL, jnr. & wife Mary Elizabeth (nee GREENHILL), surrender to Thos. WITHERDEN of Wissenden 
in Bethersden, Esq .,land called Sereland, 
                                                                                                        Rent 10/3d                      [146]

conditional on 225 with interest of 4% not paid by 4 June 1792 [1793?]

[Prev. Court above Next Court 5 Dec. 1797]

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9 February 1793   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & Anthony HILLS

John SCOTT of Ashford, linendraper, & wife Martha surrender to Gerge JEMMETT, Mess. & shop, 36ft. 
x 22 ft 2 1/4 in on east , & 24 ft. on west & land enclosed with posts & rails abutting -
                          west - to Corn Market
                          east - to tens. of Joan MATTHEWS, then [John] Hooker, then Edw. PIKE, now Wm. MATE
                          south - to lane to Church
                          north - to lane from Corn Market to Butchery Row.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [296]
Occup. John SCOTT 


Geo. JEMMETT amitted on condition that 200 + 5% interest not paid by 9 May 1793.

[ Prev. Court 16 Feb 1764    Next Court 31 Dec. 1795]

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3 April 1793
    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON, John SCOTT & Anthony HILLS

Rev. Charles STODDART & wife Anne surrender to John VINSET of Ashford, carpenter, 2 mess. or tens & 
5 perch land abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Richd. GREENHILL , now John CHAPMAN
                          west - to land from Churchfield
                          north - to Churchyard
                          south - to other land prev. GREENHILL , now CHAPMAN
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [208]
Occup. Wm. JOHNSON & Thos LANES 

John VINSET admitted 

[ Prev. Court 4 Sep. 1787    Next Court 18 Oct. 1799

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3 May 1793   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & Anthony HILLS

Jas. COSTEKER, taylor, dec'd., & wife Sarah held one shop, cellar under shop, one chamber over same,
heretofore called Cage, 16 ft. x 13ft. abutting-
                          east - to land prev. Hy. GIBBS, now John HOPE
                          south - to ten. prev. Margaret SNOAD, now Stephen GREENHILL
                          west & north to highways
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [64]

Occup. Jas. COUTTS, Vincent VARHAM & Jas. KETTLE, now Jas. COUTTS & Timothy WESTALL. 


also:
chimney 10ft. x 4ft. abutting -
                          north - to shop late Mgt. SNOAD called Cage
                          south & west - to shop late SNOAD, now GREENHILL
                          east - to shop prev. Hy. GIBBS, now John HOPE
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [65]

Jas. COSTEKER died 29 0ct. 1786 leaving as heirs his wife Sarah & sons John (oldest) & James. 
William & Edward. 
John now 10 years, entitled to reversion on death of mother, but sale agreed to James ROBERTS, watchmaker, 
for 530 for prems. & land below. 

James ROBERTS admitted.


also:
for gdn. abutting -
                          east - to gdn. of John PULLEY, then Susanna CURTEIS, wid., now John WATERMAN
                          west - to gdn. prev. Thos FFIDGE, then John SCOTT, then John LOVEDAY, now 
                                                    Wm. HAYWARD 34ft.
                          south - to gdn. of John HORTON, then John LAMBIN 54ft.

and land from Churchyard 58 1/2ft x 4ft. at north, 7 5 3/4 FT. on south
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [66]

James ROBERTS admitted

[ Prec. Court 6 Apl. 1768    Next Court 25 Jan. 1801]

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13 July 1793   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richd. RABSON & Anthony HILLS

Robert TRITTON of Ashford, maltster, surrenders to persons in his will - 2 mess. or tens. & 3 gdns. abutting -
                          east - to highway & malthouse late Lewis WHITFELD, now Robt. TRITTON formerly 
                                                    called Lords Pound Barn, 32ft. 3in.
                          west - to lands of Vicarage & lands of Mary NOAKES, wid., then John WATERMAN, 
                                                    now [       ] 36 ft. 6in.
                          south - to land belonging to malthouse, formerly Lords Pound Barn Close, & to upper end 
                                                    where Pound Barn formerly stood. 10 rods 7in.

occup. Martha SIMPSON, wid., & Wm. POPE, then Geo. PATEY & Joseph HIGHWOOD, now Robt. TRITTON 
& Ffrancis CHAPLIN.
[ moiety of ]                                                                                       Rent 3 1/2d.                     [244]

[ Prev. Court 19 Apl. 1775    Next Court 19 July 1797


ALSO Richd. DROWLEY surrenders to Geo. ROBINSON, innholder, land as at Court 21 Aug. 1792 [should 
be 19 Oct. 1792] Rent 1/2d (halfpence), but now said to be by late measurement - on east & west - 58 ft. 3in
on north & south - 25 ft. 2in.

Geo ROBINSON admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 19 October 1792    Next Court 25 May 1810]

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Court Rolls July 1793 - Dec. 1795 apparently lost

23 October 1795       144    GREENHILL to HORTON

25 October 1793       145    Mary to Richard GREENHILL
                           pt.144    Richard GREENHILL to J.B. HORTON

4 December 1793     159    Hy. & Eliz. 2 thirds to John GOLD (ch. of Hy. GOLD)

6 April 1795              235    Robt. HOUGHTON to Jas. BOSEDEN conditionally

14 April 1795            246    HUNT, Jeffery to Robt. MASCALL

? 6 October 1795      282    RUTTON to DUCKWORTH

16 October 1795       358 & 359  Will of Thomas WITHERSDEN
                               234    STROUD to TRITTON conditionally
                               286    RUTTON to ALLEN
                               251-5 RUTTON, (Richd.) to RABSON (Wm.) see Deeds Tufton St. & Court 21 Dec. 1831
                               141-3  Richard GREENHILL (will)


ADMISSIONS ON MISSING ROLLS

1793 Oct 25             141    GREENHILL Richard
1793 Oct 25             142    GREENHILL Richard
1793 Oct 25             143    GREENHILL Richard
1793 Oct 25             144    GREENHILL Richard
1793 Oct 25             145    GREENHILL Richard
1793 Dec 4              146    WITHERDEN Thomas (cond)
1793 Dec 4              159    GOLD, John
1795 Apl 6               235    HOUGHTON, Robert
1795 Apl 6               235    BOSEDEN, James (cond.)
1795 Apl 14             246    MASCALL, Robert
1795 Oct 16            141    GREENHILL Richard (will)
1795 Oct 16            142    GREENHILL Richard (will)
1795 Oct 16            143    GREENHILL Richard (will)
1795 Oct 16            145    GREENHILL Richard (will)
1795 Oct 16            234    STROUD William
1795 Oct 16            251    RABSON William
1795 Oct 16            252    RABSON William
1795 Oct 16            253    RABSON William
1795 Oct 16            254    RABSON William
1795 Oct 16            255    RABSON William
1795 Oct 16            282    DUCKWORTH John B.
1795 Oct 16            286    ALLEN William
1795 Oct 16            358    WITHERSDEN Thomas
1795 Oct 16            359    WITHERSDEN Thomas
1795 Oct 23            144a  HORTON John Bennett
1795 Oct 23            144b  ALLEN Thomas

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31 December 1795   
Lord John FFOOTE Deputy Steward Thos. Chas. BURT (for this turn only)

Homage: John BROOK & Anthony HILLS

John Bennett HORTON of Ashford, maltster, surrendered out of Court on 23rd Oct. last - pce meadow, 
2 - 2 - 14 occup. prev. Wm. CORNFORD & wM. hayward, now J.B. HORTON abutting -
                          south west - to highway Ashford to Willesborough
                          north west, north east & south east - to garden of Robt. COOK
                          north west - to lands late Richd. & Stephen GREENHILL, now Thos. ALLEN
                          north - to lands of Stephen ADES & wife Mary (prev. Mary GREENHILL), called Great Goggle
                          east - to lands Of George ROOKE, esq.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [pt.144]
With right of way from Great Goggle to highway.

Surrendered to persons in will of John Bennett HORTON

[ Prev. Court        Next Court             ]


ALSO

Surrender by Thos ALLEN of Ashford, taylor, of land 1 - 1 - 29 occup. prev. Thos. JOHNSON & 
Wm. HAYWARD, now Thos. ALLEN abutting -
                          southwest - to highway Ashford - Willesborough
                          north - to lands of Wm. WALL & heirs of Geo. FFARBRACE
                          east - to lands of Stephen & Mary ADES
                          southeast - to lands prev. Richd. & Stephen GREENHILL, now J.B. HORTON

                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                          [pt. 144]
Surrendered to persons in will of Thos. ALLEN

[ Prev. Court 23 Oct. 1795    Next Court 31 October 1808]


ALSO

John SCOTT, late of Ashford, linendraper held mess. or ten. & shop - 36 ft. long (on east), 22 ft. 2in 
wide (on west) 24ft. & land inclosed with posts & rails on south part of mess. abutting -
                          west - to Corn Market
                          east - to 2 tens. prev. Joane MATHEWS, wid., then John HOOKER, then Edw. PIKE, 
                                                    then Wm. MATE, now Henry STROUD
                          south - to lane to Church
                          north - to land to Butchery Row.                                  Rent 1/4d                       [296]

Occup. prev. John SCOTT, now Mathew TILDEN 

Surrendered at Court 16 Feb. 1764 (purchased from Wm. SPRATT) By will 24 June 1791, 
prems. to Chas BAKER, carpenter, as trustee for sale.

Further surrender at Court 9 Feb. 1793 to Geo. JEMMETT, subject to payment of 200 + 5% interest. 
This not paid, and John SCOTT died Feb. last. Chas BAKER has sold prems. to Matthew TILDEN of 
Ashford, upholsterer for 620 & has repaid Geo JEMMETT. Chas. BAKER admitted & then surrenders
to Matthew TILDEN who is admiited. TILDEN then surrenders to BAKER, on mortgage of prems. to secure 
600 + interest at 5%.

[ Prev. Court 9 Feb . 1793    Next Court 8 April 1797]

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30 March 1796   
Same Lord Steward Geo. JEMMETT

Homage: Geo. WALTER, Anthony HILLS & Jas. ROBERTS

Second proclamation of the death of Robert TRITTON, late of Ashford, maltster,.

All copyhold tenants who have not appeared & amerced 1 sh. [no list]

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16 May 1796   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Jas. ROBERTS

Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe, esq., surrenders to Josias PATTERSON of Brook Place, Ashford, meadow 
called Poll Bay Meadow, 7 acres abutting -
                          south & east - to lands late LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          southwest & east - to river
                          north & east - to lands prev. Richd. now heirs of Rev. Stephen GREENHILL

                                                                                                        Rent 14s                         [ 290A]

and
3 pcls land, 7 acres, in East Mead, & rowen of the whole meadow called Eastmead, 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 of Isaac RUTTON called Pell Acres
                                                                                                        Rent 18s                         .[291]
Josias PATTERSON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will. 

[prev. Court 1 May 1792     Next Court 5 Apl. 1799]


also -

Isaac RUTTON surrenders to Lewis WHITFELD of Ashford, gent., pasture land prev. 5 pces., 34 acres 
at place called Beaver, 2 pces. called Longham, 2 pces. called Brook, other called Six Acres, residue 
called Shaffradge, abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. John GRANT
                          west - to other lands of RUTTON, lands prev. heirs of John ASHERST, clerk & now 
                                                    John QUIHAMPTON, & other lands of John GRANT
                          north - to Pellacres
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 4 - 4d                 [281]

Prev. occup. Thos HENLEY., now Saml. FFLINT

Lewis WHITFELD admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 1 May 1792    Next Court 5 Apl. 1799]


ALSO

Matthew TILDEN of Ashford, upholsterer, surrenders to Arthur APSLEY of Ashford carpenter, mess. 
& shop [as Court 31 Dec. 1795]
                                                                                                                                               [296]
subject to conditional surrender of Chas. BAKER 

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Friday, 15 October 1796   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony Hills & Jas. ROBERTS

Since last Court John Basil DUCKWORTH has felled 2 large trees commonly called Asps, without licence. 
Lord has compounded in sum of 1 - 1 -0d.


ALSO
Memo: by Geo PHILPOT of City of London, gent., has agreed to purchase from Bertram THORNE of Ashford,
gent., land in Hempstead lane, part of orchard in length from N - S in front or west side 29 ft. (excl. of drain on
north side), length on north 92 ft., on south side 82 ft., on east side 29 ft., abutting -
                          north - to yard & prems. of Robt. BROWN
                          east & south - to other parts of orchard of THORNE
                          west - to Hempstead Lane

Robert Gunsley DELASAUX of Ashford, gent., apptd. attorney

Bertram THORNE & wife Ann surrender to Geo. PHILPOT, land as above, being part of land called The Croft, 
in length 15 rods 4 ft.[ 251 1/2 ft] & breadth 7 rods, 3 ft., [115 1/2 ft.] 
THORNE admitted 10 April 1776                                                         Rent 2s

PHILPOT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [ pt. 169]
[ becomes site of Methodist Chapel]

[Prev. Court 10 Apl. 1776    Next Court 26 Feb. 1810]

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Monday, 20 March 1797   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER & James ROBERTS

John Basil DUCKWORTH, wine merchant, surrenders to Wm. WYBORN of Smeeth, gent., land called 
Bull Garden (adj. garden of Duckworth belonging to his mansion house in Ashford ) in length 7 rods & 
breadth 7 rods [       ]  prev. occup Isaac RUTTON, now DUCKWORTH abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Thos. MERCER, then Thos. COLE, now trustees of Ashford School.
                          west - to land prev. Jas. Allen GORSSE (by wife), Mrs. ADCOCK & Mrs. HERITAGE, 
                                                    now Bertram THORNE.
                          south - to lands prev. Geo. ROOKE, called Butts, or Churchfield
                          north - to lands of Parish Church & land of Isaac RUTTON

                                                                                                        Rent 1s. 4d.                     [282]
Wm. WYBORN admitted

[Prev. Court 16 Oct. 1795    Next Court 17 Apl. 1800 

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Saturday 8 April 1797    Same Lord. Deputy Steward Geo. Elwick JEMMETT

Homage: Geo. WALTER, Anthony HILLS & Jas. ROBERTS

Memo
: by Matthew TILDEN, prev. of Ashford, upholsterer, now a prisoner in Maidstone Gaol : appts. Robert 
G. DELASAUX as attorney for sale of prems. [as at Court 31 Dec. 1795] by Stephen LAMPREY, attorney, 
13 Feb. 1797

Arthur APSLEY has purchased prems., and repaid Chas. BAKER. He is admitted on surrender by BAKER, 
& then surrenders to persons in his will.

then
Arthur APSLEY & wife Susannah surrender to Eliz. SCOTT of Ashford, spinster, on condition that 300 
with interest at 5% is paid by 8 Oct., next.
                                                                                                                                               [296]
[ Prev. Court 31 Dec. 1795    Next Court 18 Oct. 1804]

ALSO -

Bertram THORNE & wife Anne surrender to Arthur APSLEY, carpenter, land abutting -
                          north - to new erected mess. of Geo. PHILPOT 87ft. 2 in
                          east - to land of Bertram THORNE 82 ft.
                          south - to Churchfield Lane at distance of 10ft - 87ft. on sth 67ft.
                          west - to Drum or Hempstead land " " 87 ft. at end 80ft.
being part of land called Croft.

THORNE admitted 10 Apl. 1776. Rent 2s. Part surrendered to PHILPOT at 6d. rent

APSLEY admitted at rent of 6d., and surrenders to persons in his will                                           [ part 169b]

[
becomes site of 23 - 31 Hemspstead St.]

[ Prev. Court 10 Apl. 1776,    Next Court             ]

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Wednesday 19 April 1797    Same Lord & Steward Geo. JEMMETT

Homage: John BROOK, Anthony HILLS, Jas. ROBERTS & Geo. WALTER

Memo
: Geo TRITTON of Wandsworth, esq., & wife Louisa surrendered out of Court on 18 Jan. last to 
Robt. MASCALL

Attorneys Lewis WHITFELD, Jas. JENNINGS & Geo. Elwick JEMMETT for MASCALL.

TRITTON surrenders to MASCALL, land 2 acres, part of Hempstead Mead or Bull Meadow, & rowen of 
whole meadow abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Rebecca QUESTED, Widow, then Hunt JEFFERY, 
                                                    now Robt. MASCALL
                          south - to river
                          north & west - to lands given for repair of Church.

Occup. prev. Wm. TAYLOR, then Thos. TRITTON, now John BILLINGTON

Held by 2 moieties,                                                                             rent of each 3/2d [= 6/4d]   [320]

MASCALL admitted & surrenders to persons in his will .

[Prev. Court 23 Oct. 1789    Next Court 4 Nov. 1816 


ALSO

At Court 2 May 1746 (on surrender by John FFRENCH & wife Mary) :
   Thos. & John WANSTALL of Ashford, glovers
   John SEARLES of Wye, tilemaker
   Joseph GREEN of Lympne, grazier
were admitted to 2 stables & yard, occup. Clement HANDFORD. length on east 52 ft. - to Bridewell Hse 
& lands prev. Wm. GORHAM, now Mary BOYS
   breadth on north 45ft. 6 in. - to Royal Oak Yard
   breadth on south 42ft. 6 in. - to St. Johns Lane
   length on west 42 ft. 6 in - to gdn. prev. John FFRENCH, thenThos TOURNAY, then Sarah WHITFELD, 
now John SAMSON
Stables were pulled down & Baptist Meeting Hse. erected
                                                                                                        Rent 2s. 4d.                     [193]

All trustees dead. Last was Thos. WANSTALL, whose heir (& elder bro.) Samuel died leaving only 
dau. of Samuel, Elizabeth as heir. Elizabeth WANSTALL admitted but then surrenders to John 
ROGERS of Ashford, baker.

[last Court 2 May 1746    Next Court 11 Decc. 1829]


ALSO
Lewis WHITFELD of Ashford, gent., surrenders to persons in his will - land & barn converted to coachhouse, 
1 rood, abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Robt. MASCALL, now Lewis WHITFELD & land late Robt. MASCALL, 
                                                    now Wm JEMMETT
                          south, east, & west - to other lands of Lewis WHITFELD (below)
with right to drive from North Lane over land occup. John WATERMAN, then his widow Martha, now 
Lewis WHITFELD
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [344]

and
: land 3 rood & 33 perch long, converted to a walled garden, with summer house ercted, abutting -
                          north - to land purchased by L.W. from Robert MASCALL
                          east - to copyhold land lately -ditto -
                          south - to copyhold prems. of L.W. purch. of heirs of Thos. COLE & land of heirs 
                                                    of John HORTON
                          west - to copyhold lands above
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d                         [345B]
[ Prev. Court 19 Oct. 1792    Next Court 28 Apl. 1813]


ALSO

Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, brewer & wife Elizabeth surrendered out of Court on 17 Apl. last, ground abutting -
                          north - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          west - to lands of Thos. COLE 22 1/2ft.
                          south - to gdn. prev. heirs of Mgt. BLUNDELL, now Wm. VARHAM 87 1/2 ft. in right of wife 
                                           (prev. Eliz. TRITTON) [ should be Catherine, wid. of John TRITTON, nee
                                            BLUNDELL,dau. of Mgt. B.]
                          east - to other part of Little Tilton 20 1/2 ft.
Land is part (at west end) of land called Little Tilton in 2 moieties - BALDOCK admitted at Court 15 Apl. 1789. 

                                                                                                        Rent [half of 1/3d x2]         [pt. 215]

Wm. VARHAM admitted at rent of 3d. & surrenders to persons in his will

[ Prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789, pt. - 19 Oct 1792    Next Court 17 June 1822 ]

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Monday 8 May 1797
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Geo. WALTER

Isaac RUTTON surrenders to Jas. TAPPENDEN of Faversham, gent., land now orchard, 3 acres 15 perch, 
abutting -
                          east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane
                          south, west & north - to other lands of Isaac RUTTON, father & son (above)
                                                                                                        Rent 5s                            [285]
Occup. Isaac RUTTON (son) 

also
land & barn, with pond, 10 acres, abutting -
                          east & south - to other lands of RUTTON
                          north - to land prev. Danl. MOORCOCK, then Ann HUNT, wid., now dau. of Saml. MUNN 
                                                    & land of trustees of Parish Church.
                                                                                                        Rent 17/4d                       [288]
Occup. Jas. now Saml. FFLINT 

also
: 4 pces. land, 13 1/2 acres 1 rood [ 13 - 2 - 1] at place called Hempstead abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. Thos. RADNOR, then Thos. TRITTON, now Robt. MASCALL
                          east - to lands of psh. Church
                          west & north - to lands if Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 3- 1d                  [289]
Occup. Saml. FFLINT 

Jas. TAPPENDEN admitted & surrenders to use. of Chas. GREENSTREET of Ffaversham, gent., 
for life of Isaac RUTTON, then to heirs of RUTTON

Isaac RUTTON then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 1 May 1792    Next Court 18 Sep. 1898

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Wednesday 19 July 1797
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER & Jas. ROBERTS

Robt. TRITTON of Ashford, maltster, dec'd., held 2 mess. or tens. abutting-
                          east - to highway Ashford /Kingsnorth & to malthse. prev. Lewis WHITFELD, then 
                                                    Robt. TRITTON, called formerly Lords Pound Barn 32 ft. 3in
                          west - to Vicarage lands & lands late Mary NOAKES, wid., then John WATERMAN, 
                                                    now Martha PARKIN 36 ft. 6in.
                          north - to St. Johns Lane 9 rods, 14 ft. 6 in [ ]
                          south - to lands prev. Lord's Pound Close & upper end where barn stood 10 rods 7in.

Occup. Martha SIMPSON, wid., & Wm. POPE, then Geo PATEY & Joseph HIGHWOOD, then Robt.
TRITTON & Ffrancis CHAPLIN, now John BILLINGTON & [         ] 
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                           [244]

Subject to conditional surrender to Thos. WYBORNE of Smeeth, farmer, at Court 19 Apl. 1775 
for security for 250 + interest.
250 still unpaid & Robt. TRITTON at Court 13 July 1793 surrendered to persons in his will.

Robt. TRITTON died 13 Jan 1795. By will 26 Dec. 1794, all prems. to dau. Sarah TRITTON & son 
Ewell TRITTON equally. Will proved in Arch. Court, Canterbury [PRC17 -103/49] Sarah now married to 
John BILLINGON of Ashford, gent., & they are admitted to moiety at rent of 3 1/2d & then surrender to 
John BILLINGTON & heirs. John BILLINGTON surrenders to persons in his will, subject to conditional
surrender to WYBORNE

[Prev. Court 13 July 1793    Next Court 28 December 1797]

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Wednesday 18 October 1797   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER, Jas. ROBERTS, & Anthony HILLS

Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe, gent., surrenders to Hy. STROUD of Ashford, cordwainer, land on which prev. 
stood mess. occup. John WELLER, & on part of which Hy. STROUD has built a mess. now occup. by 
him in west part of Ashford Street, adj. Fish Market, on east 25 ft., west 20 ft., length 44 ft. Rent 4sh.

Hy. STROUD admitted & surrenders to persons in his will [293]

[ Prev. Court 7 Apl. 1779    Next Court 26 Oct. 1805]


ALSO

Thos. WITHERDEN of Bethersden, Esq., surrenders to John SAMSON of Ashford currier, 2 pces. land now
one gdn. & close with brewhse. abutting -
                          north - to copyholder gutter
                          west - to land prev. Ann BARRETT, now Trustees of Baptist Mtg. Hse.
                          south - to St. Johns Lane
                          east - to gdn, late Sarah WHITFELD, now Thos. WITHERDEN
                                                                                                       Rent 3d.                          [360]

Occup. prev. Jas ELDEN, now John SAMSON John SAMSON admitted, & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 15 May 1767 Next Court 5 Dec. 1800 ]

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Tuesday 5 December 1797   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK, Jas. ROBERTS & Anthony HILLS

At Court 4 Dec. 1792, John MASCALL,ygr., brewer & wife Mary Elizabeth surrendered to Thos. WITHERDEN 
of Wissenden in Bethersden, Esq., land called Sereland, 6 acres & land sometime called the Meadow, in 
corner of Sereland, separated & fenced, but laid open in 1792.
Occup. Jos. PATTERSON, gent., then John MASCALL                         Rent 10/4d.                     [146]

Mary Elizabeth MASCALL admitted to one third at Court 20 Oct. 1786 but by indtres lease/release 
17 May 1788 betw. (1) M.E. MASCALL (2) J. MASCALL (3) Stephen RICHARDS, stationer of Chancery Lane, Mddx. & Ricd. KEYS of Broad St. Bldgs.., London, merchant (marriage settlement of John MASCALL
& Mary Elizabeth GREENHILL.) Use of 1/3rd to RICHARDS & KEYS for sale.
Indentre 14 Apl. 1796 between (1) Richd. KEYS (2) J & M.E. MASCALL (3) Richd. GREENHILL, tanner & 
Stephen GREENHILL, gent., of Aldington , appoints R. & S. GREENHILL as trustees. 
John MASCALL bankrupt, at Westminster 10 Nov. 1795, enrolled in Court of Common Pleas. Commissioners 
sell land to Richd. GREENHILL & Chas. BAKER, gent., as trustees

225 + interest not paid to Thos. WITHERDEN, but now paid by GREENHILL and BAKER. Chas. BAKER then
purchases at 250 for 2/3rds & 125 for other third.

Chas. BAKER admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 4 Dec. 1792    Next Court 16 Oct. 1801]


ALSO
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Thos. HUSSEY held land, prev. one now two pieces, 7 acres 1/2 rood, prev. said to be 7 acres.
One piece, called Poundfield abuts -
                          south east - to other part of land
                          north & west - to land called Wellfield & highway Gorehill/Barrowhill.
                          south west - to land prev. Thos APSLEY, then John HODGES, now Wm. BUSHEL, 
                                                    called Long Tilton.
                                                                                                                                                [200]
Occup. Geo HOOPER, then Thos. HUSSEY, after his widow Ann 

Other piece abuts -
                          southeast - open to land called Short Tilton, betw. which there was a hedge from well & 
                                               pump in part belonging to land called Gorehill field. Hedge was grubbed up.
                          north - to Gorehill & Wellfield
                          northwest - to other land above
                          southwest - to Long Tilton
                                                                                                        Rent 13/2d.                       [200A]

By agreement 6 June 1775 (marriage settlement of son Edw. HUSSEY & Elizabeth Sarah BRIDGE, spin.) 
& indtre 10 July 1778, land to use of Thos. HUSSEY & wife Anne for life, then to Edward.

Thos. HUSSEY now dec'd [    ]. Edward HUSSEY admitted. [ Anne HUSSEY dec'd.; bur. 1 Sep. 1797]

also

Thos HUSSEY held land called Short Tilton, 3 or 3 1/2 rood., occup as above, abutting -
                          east - to highway Ashford town to Gorehill
                          north - to Gorehill Field.
                          west - to land called Long Tilton
                          south - to small pce. land called Longstrake 
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d.                        [201]
Subject to same agreement as above. Edward HUSSEY admitted.

also
for land called Longstrake, 1 rood, prev. orchard, now laid open to Short Tilton. Occup as above & abuts -
                          north - to Short Tilton
                          west - to Long Tilton
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR & freehold lands of HUSSEY, purch from Geo. HOOPER
                          east - to freehold gdn. prev. Eliz. WATERMAN, wid., late Anne HUSSEY
                                                                                                        Rent. 6d.                            [202]
Subject to agreements as above  Edward HUSSEY admitted.

[Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1779    Next Court 17 Apl. 1800]

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Thursday 28 December 1797   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER & John BROOK

Robt. TRITTON of Ashford, maltster, dec'd., held 2 mess. ot tens & 3 gdns. abutting -
                          east - to highway Ashford/Kingsnorth & malthse prev. Lewis WHITFELD, then Robt. 
                                                    TRITTON, prev. Lord's Pound Barn 32' 3"
                          west - to lands of Vicarage called College Lands, & copyhold land prev. Mary NOAKES, 
                                                    then John WATERMAN, now Martha PARKIN. 36' 3"
                          north - to St. Johns Lane 9 rods, 14 ft. 6in [ ]
                          south - to land to malthse. called Lord's Pound Barn Close, & upper end where Pound 
                                                    Barn stood 10 rods 7" [165 ft. 7 in.]
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                           [244]

Occup. Martha SIMPSON & Wm. POPE, then Robt. TRITTON & Francis CHAPLIN , now John BILLINGTON 

Subject to conditional surrender to Thos. WYBORN of Smeeth, farmer at Court 19 Apl. 1775 (mortgage) for 250.

Surrendered to persons in will of Robt. TRITTON at Court 13 July 1793. He died 8 Jan. 1795. By will 26 Dec. 1794,
proven ACC [PRC17 -103/49]

Lands to dau. Sarah [mar. John BILLINGTON] & son Ewell TRITTON Ewell TRITTON admitted to half, at rent of 3 1/2d.

[ Prev Court 14 July 1797    Next Court 27 July 1748]

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Wednesday 24 January 1798   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Jas. ROBERTS

Henry TOMSETT of Willesborough & wife Mary, surrender to Wm. TOMSETT of Ashford, common carrier, 
land abutting -
                          west - to mess. & lands of Wm. SMART, prev. PIKE, & before DREWRY 60 1/2ft.
                          east - to lands of Wm. BALDOCK 51 ft.
                          north - ditto - 60 1/2ft.
                          south - to copyhold landof BALDOCK, now a common way 69 1/2ft.

With right of passage to Castle Lane through lands of BALDOCK, used as common way 14 ft.

                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [pt.215]
Occup. Wm. TOMSETT 

Stables, etc. on land prev. part of Little Tilton of Wm. BALDOCK. 

Wm. TOMSETT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will 

[ Prev. Court 19 Oct. 1792    Next Court 15 May 1812]
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Wednesday 11 April 1798
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Jas. ROBERTS

Amercement of tenants who have not appeared - freehold 1/-, copyhold 4d.

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Friday 27 July 1798   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Jas. ROBERTS & John BROOK

Wm. WYBORN late of Smeeth, was admitted conditionally to land, as at Court 28 Dec. 1797.        [244]

Wm. WYBORN readmitted on same conditions.


MEMO:
Ewell TRITTON, master on board H.M. ship of war L'Aigle (Chas. TYLER, esq., commander) appts. 
Geo. Elwick JEMMETT & Geo. WALTER, innkeeper, as attorneys. (Signed at Portsmouth)

Ewell TRITTON surrenders to persons in his will, land as at Court 28 Dec. 1787.  [See DNB for Admiral Sir. 
Chas TYLER, 1760 -1835.. L'Aigle wrecked near Tunis, 18 July 1798, while seeking to join squadron of Nelson]


ALSO
John BILLINGTON, gent., surrenders moiety of two mess. or tens.& 3 gdns., as at Court 19 July 1797 to Ewell TRITTON

ALSO
Wm. WYBORN of Smeeth, gent., son & heir of Thos. WYBORN has rec'd all ppl. & interest due.
WYBORN & Ewell TRITTON surrender to Thos. QUIHAMPTON, gent., both moieties, conditionally for loan 
of 600 + interest at 5%
                                                                                                                                               [244]
[ Prev. Court 5 Dec. 1797    Next Court 5 March 1805 ]


ALSO
  Joseph MACE, gent., surrenders moiety of land in 2 pces. called Cherry Gdn. Field & Pond Field 
(prev. one piece) 12 - 2- 13 abutting -
                          west - to lands of LORD OF MANOR & lands of Robt. MASCALL
                          north - to Parsonage Lands
                          east - to lands, prev. John WOODWARD, now Geo. FFARBRACE & Wm. WATERMAN, 
                                                    called Cowleeze
                          south - to lands late WOODWARD, now Wm. AUSTEN
                          With way over lands of John ,now Robert MASCALL to Gravel Pit Lane .
                                                                                                        Rent 3/4d                         [232]
occup. Jos. MACE 

To persons in will of Jos. MACE

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1782    Next Court 12 Jan. 1803

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Tuesday 18 September 1798   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER & John BROOK

Chas. GREENSTREET of Faversham, gent., & Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe, esq. 1000 paid to RUTTON by 
Rev. Thos. RANDOLPH of Petham, & GREENSTREET & RUTTON surrender conditionally - Orchard, 3 acres 
15 perch abutting -
                          east - to Hempstead Lane
                          south west - to lands prev. Thos NOWER, now I. RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 5s                            [285]
Occup. Isaac RUTTON 


also
- land, with barn lately built, & pond, 10 acres abutting -
                          east & south - to lands prev. Thos NOWER, now RUTTON
                          north - to lands prev. Danl. MOORCOCK, then Ann HUNT, wid., then Saml. MUNN, 
                                                    now Arthur APSLEY & lands of Parish Church.
                                                                                                        Rent 17/4d                        [288]
Occup. Samuel FLINT 


also
- 4 pces. land 13 - 2 - 1, at Hempstead abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. Thos. RADNOR, now Robt. MASCALL called Bull Meadow
                          east - to lands of Parish Church
                          west & north - to lands prev. NOWER, now RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 3 - 1d                [289]
Occup. Samuel Flint 

Thos. RANDOLPH admitted, conditionally.

[ Prev. Court 8 May 1797    Next Court 6 Oct. 1801]

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Friday 19 October 1798   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK, Geo. WALTER, Anthony HILLS, Jas. ROBERTS

Amercement of copyhold tenants 4d., & freehold tenants 1/- for non-appearance.

First declaration for heirs of Sarah GORSSE, dec'd., to come to Court to be admitted.

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Saturday 9 March 1799   
Same Lord & Geo. Elwick JEMMETT, Deputy Steward

Notice
by John ADCOCK of Lawrence Sq. City of London, gent., nephew & heir of Sarah GORSSE, dec'd., 
late wife of Jas. Allen GORSSE, formerly Sarah SPRATT, spinster. Appts. G.E. JEMMETT, gent., & Wm.
 WHITFELD surgeon, as attornies.

Sarah GORSSE held land, abutting -
                          north - to lands of Wm. BALDOCK, late KEMSLEY, called Back Lane 37'6"
                          south - to freehold prems., now Rev. Herbert RANDOLPH & wife Elizabeth, John ADCOCK 
                                                    & Cath. GELIOT, as devisees of J.A. GORSSE 36'
                          west - to copyhold gdns, next mentioned 60'6"
                          east - to land above 60' 6"
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [164]

also
garden, formerly two, abutting -
                          north - to land of BALDOCK 38'3"
                          south - to lands of heirs of Benjamin HARRISON, prev. Jas. MARSH 35'3"
                          west - to lands of John HAFFENDEN, surgeon, prev. Stephen GREENHILL, clerk
                          east - to land above 60'6"
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [165]

also -
garden & stables, prev. barn etc. abutting -
                          north - to lands of BALDOCK 20' 6"
                          south - to freehold blds. of Richd. BARRETT, prev. BOSWORTH 26'6"
                          west - to lands first given above 60' 6"
                          east - to lands of Richd. BARRETT 60'6"
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [166]

Garden now used as drying yard to hse. of RANDOLPH etc.

Sarah GORSSE dec'd., 8 March 1795, intestate & without issue. John ADCOCK, heir at law.
John ADCOCK admitted.

[ prev. Court 24 Oct. 1744    Next Court 5 Apl. 1799]

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Friday 5 April 1799   
Same Lord. Geo. JEMMETT, Steward.

Homage: Geo. WALTER & Jas. ROBERTS

John ADCOCK surrenders prems. as at prev. Court to Edward HONISS of Ashford, gent. HONISS 
admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.
                                                                                                                                               [164 - 166]
[Prev. Court above Next Court 21 Oct. 1807]


MEMO
: Elizabeth COBB of Faversham, spinster, appoints G.E. JEMMETT & Hy. CREED, woollen 
draper & Wm. ALLEN, fellmonger, as attornies

Isaac RUTTON holds two pcls. land, prev. part of Hempstead Wood, 11 acres abutting on all sides to other 
lands, prev. Thos. NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON,
occup. Samuel FFLINT                                                                       Rent 11/4d                      [ 287]

also -
land at Hempstead                                                                    Rent 2/3d                        [283]

also -
land, 14 acres, at Hempstead, all abuttals as above, now in 3 pces. called Cricketing Field, 
Little Meadow & Brooke Field (with barn on last).
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d                       [290]
[this description is incorrect - see Court 16 February 1815]

Elizabeth COBB conditionally admitted if 1200 + 5% interest not paid paid by 10 Oct. next.

[ Prev. Court 1 May 1792    Next Court 13 Nov. 1799 ]


ALSO
Josias PATTERSON of Brook Place, esq., dec'd 12 March 1799, held land, Poll Bay Meadow, 
7 acres abutting-
                          southeast - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE, esq.
                          southwest & east - to river
                          north & east - to lands prev. Richd. ,now heirs of Stephen GREENHILL
                                                                                                        Rent 14/-                          [290A]


also
- 3 pcls. land, 7 acres, in East Mead, with rowen of whole, abutting -
                          west - to highway & land of prev. heirs of John COULTER
                          north & west - to lands prev. Thos. WATTS, & lands prev. Danl. FFUSS
                          east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          south - to lands of Isaac RUTTON called Pellacres
                                                                                                        Rent 18/8d                        [291]

Surrendered by PATTERSON at Court 16 May 1796 to persons in his will. By will dated 23 Aug. 1795 
& codicil 4 Nov. 1797, property to sister Ellen PATTERSON of Ashford, who is admitted.

[Prev. Court 16 May 1796    Next Court 24 Sep. 1799]


ALSO
  John VINCER, bricklayer of Mersham, surrendered to Thos. NICKOLLS of Brabourne, at Court 21 October 
1791, land at Mersham, conditionally. 100 + interest repaid. VINCER admitted unconditionally.
                                                                                                                                                [261]
[Prev. Court 21 Oct. 1791 Next Court 11 Dec. 1840] 


ALSO
  Josias PATTERSON, as above, held land, prev. planted with cherries, called Cherry Garden 
(now apples & cherries & part walled garden), 2 acres abutting -
                          south - to highway
                          north - to lands of Alice MACE,wid., & Grace, wife of Thos. GELLIBRAND
                          west - to freehold lands called Brookfield, laid open to gdns. & to freehold part of walled garden.
                          east - to lands of Dorothy AUSTEN, wid.,
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [243]
Subject to indtres of lease/release & settlement, 3/4 April, then last [1777] see Court 17 Oct. 1777, 
between Jos. PATTERSON & Edw. DERING of Doddington, surgeon & Wm. LOFTIE,ygr., surgeon for 
benefit of daus. of Josias PATTERSON,osp., 12 March 1799.

Widow Mary admitted.

[Prev. Court 17 Oct 1777 & 16 May 1796    Next Court 25 May 1810]

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Tuesday 24 September 1799 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Geo. WALTER & Jas. ROBERTS

MEMO:
  Walter SMYTHE of Stopham, Sx.,esq., Matthias RUTTON of Selling, clerk., Thos. RUTTON of 
St. Martin in Fields, Mddx., tea dealer, John Skeere CROFTIE, of New Romney, esq., Thos. RANDOLPH 
of Petham, clerk, (who survived Judith, his wife, now dec'd), & Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe Place.

Indtres. lease & release. 26/27 April 1743, betw. (1) Dr. Isaac RUTTON (2) Judith STOKES, spin. (3) Sir Edw.
DERING & Nich. TOKE (4) Thos. HOOKER & Edmund DAVIS - marriage settlement Isaac R. & Judith S.
Children of Marriage - Isaac, as above
                          Judith, marr. Thomas RANDOLPH
                          Thos. & Matthias RUTTON
                          Catherine COPPARD
Davis & Hooker dec'd - Hooker last, leaving Elizabeth BARTELOTT of Stopham his heir. Her son Walter changed his name to SMYTHE.

Isaac RUTTON, (son) has sold lands to -
   Wm. ALLEN 4 - 0 - 18 (see Court 16 Oct. 1795)                                                                       [286]

   John Basil DUCKWORTH - Bull Garden, 7 rods x 7 rods (16 Oct 1795)                                       [282]

   Lewis WHITFELD - 6 pcls., 34 acres, at Beaver (16 May 1796)                                                  [281]

   Josias PATTERSON - 3 pcls.,7 acres in Eastmead & 7 acres prev. called                                  [291]
                                           Poll Bay Meadow, now Whist Meadow (see Court 16 May 1796)       [290A]

   Jas. TAPPENDEN of Ffaversham, orchard 3 - 0 -15 abutting -
                          east - to Hempstead Lane, & elsewhere to other lands of RUTTON                     [285]
                                 & other land with barn, & pond, 10 acres, & land 13 1/2 acres, 1 rod,
                                 at Hempstead, abutting -                                                                         [288 & 289]
                          south - to lands prev. Thos. RADNOR, then Thos. TRITTON
                          east - to lands pf Psh. Church
                          west & north - to lands prev. Thos. NOWER, now I. RUTTON (see Court 8 May 1799)

Land as follows -
6 pces. prev. 5, 34 acres at Beaver, called Langham, Brook & 6 acres & Shaffradge abutting -
                          south - to lands of John GRANT
                          west - to other lands of RUTTON, lands prev. John ASHERST, now John QUIHAMPTON, 
                                                    & other lands of John GRANT
                          north - to Pellacres.
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 4 - 4d                 [281]

Prev. occup. Thos HENLEY, now Saml. FFLINT

land, prev. called Bull Garden, adj. freehold gdn of RUTTON, 7 x 7 rods abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Thos . MERCER, then Thos. COLE, now Ashford School.
                          west - to lands of GORSSE etc.
                          south - to lands prev. Geo. ROOKE, called Butts at Churchfield.
                          north - to lands of Psh. Church, & lands of RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [282]

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

land, 6 acres, prev. wood, south to Small Mead of EARL OF THANET
otherwise to lands of RUTTON                                                             Rent 8d.                          [284]

land, 3 - 0 - 15, abutting to Hempstead Lane east, & otherwise to
other lands of RUTTON                                                                       Rent 5/-                           [285]

land, 4 - 0 - 18 prev. wood, to Hempstead lane east, otherwise to           Rent 6/4d                         [286]
lands of RUTTON, prev. Danl. FFUSS, to north. 

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

land, barn & pond, 10 acres, abutting east & south to lands of RUTTON, north to lands prev. 
Danl. MOORCOCK, now Ann HUNT & to lands of Psh. Church
                                                                                                        Rent 17/4d                        [288]
Occup. Jas. now Saml. FFLINT 

land, 14 acres, at Hempstead, all abuttals to other lands of RUTTON.     Rent 8/11d                       [290]

Poll Bay Meadow, 7 acres, abutting to lands of Geo. ROOKE, south &
east, southwest & east to river, north & east to land of GREENHILL        Rent 14/-                         [290A]

3 pces. land, 7 acres, in Eastmead.                                                      Rent 18/8d                      [291]

land, 2 acres at Barrowhill, abutting to highway west & north,
otherwise to other lands of RUTTON                                                     Rent 3/-                            [292]

Land charged with 4000 for children of Isaac RUTTON snr., plus 1000 for son Matthias & wife Margaret 
(nee LOFTIE), and 1000 for Judith, daughter. These latter paid by Isaac RUTTON, jnr.. Also, 1000 paid
to Catherine RUTTON, now wife of Wm. COPPARD

[ Prev. Court 5 Apl. 1799    Next Court 25 Nov. 1836 ]


ALSO
  Ellen PATTERSON, spin., surrenderd to Geo. JEMMETT, gent., & wife Ellen, (niece of Ellen P.) 
meadow, now land called Poll Bay, 7acres, abutting -
                          south & east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE, esq.
                          southwest & east - to river
                          north & east - to lands prev. Richd. GREENHILL, now heirs of Rev. Stephen GREENHILL.
                                                                                                        Rent 14/-                        [ 290A]

also
  meadow, 7 acres in Eastmead, & rowen of Eastmead, abutting -
                          west - to highway & lands of heirs of John COULTER
                          north - to river & lands prev. Thos. WATTS, & lands prev. heirs of Danl. FFUSS
                          east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. ROOKE
                          south - to lands late Isaac RUTTON called Pellacre.  
                                                                                                        Rent 18/8d                      [291]
Ellen PATTERSON admitted at Court 5 April [last]

Geo. & Ellen JEMMETT admitted.

[ Prev. Court 5 Apl. 1799       ]

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Friday 18th October 1799   
Lord: John FFOOTE esq. & Steward Geo. JEMMETT

Homage: John BROOKE, Geo. WALTER, Jas. ROBERTS & Anth. HILLS

Tenants in default amerced 4d or 1/- (copyhold or freehold)

Henry GOLD, fellmonger, dec'd., held mess., one shop, one cellar, one kitchin, two chambers, & two garretts, 
& one small pce. land on south side of mess, lately built over, prev. fenced with posts & rails, abutting -
                          east - to Church Lane
                          south - to way to Church
                          west - to mess. prev. Joan MATTHEWS, then Wm. MATE,now Wm. STROUD
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [159]
Prev. occup. Thos. NEWTON, then Eliz. PIERCE, wid., now John PART

Surrendered to heirs at Court, 20 March 1764. [correct] Will 29 June 1764 'prems. late occup. wid. NEWTON, 
now John REEVE, & freehold land with bldgs., adj. Ashford Bridge, now used by me as fellmongers yards, 
which I purch. of Allen RATT, to son Hy. GOLD for life , then his children. If none, to nephew John GOLD.
Hy. GOLD, junr. now dec'd., leaving 3 children, Henry, Eliz., & John GOLD.

At court 4 Dec. 1793 Hy. & Eliz. surrendered their shares to John.

John GOLD admitted to whole, then surrenders to John PART, shoemaker .

Then John PART & wife Jane surrender conditionally to Thos. WHITEWOOD of Hixhill, carpenter, 
subject to 150 + 5% interest being paid by 18 Apl. next [1800]

[ Prev Court 14 Dec. 1793


ALSO

John VINSET of Ashford, carpenter, surrenders to persons in his will, two mess or tens. & pce of land 
5 perch on which two further mess. have been lately erected by John VINSET abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Richd. GREENHILL, now heirs of John CHAPMAN
                          west - to land from Churchfield
                          north - to Churchyard
                          south - [as east?]
                                                                                                        Rent 1/- + 4d                    [208]

prev. occup. William JOHNSON & Thos. LANES, now Jas. TAPPENDEN, John BARNICKEL, 
Danl. MARSH & Jonah CRITTENDEN

[Prev. Court 10 Apl. 1793    Next Court 12 Dec. 1831]


ALSO
  Thos PAYNE, grocer & wife Sarah, surrender to Wm. BOORMAN of Ashford, yeoman, land abutting -
                          east - to mess. formerly 'Bell' & to Congregational Mtg. Hse. 51 ft. 9 in.
                          west - to mess & gdn. prev. Mary DREWRY, wid., then Edw. PIKE, now John READER, 
                                                    late occup. wid. SNOAD & Eliz. COSTEKER, NOW Thos. MILLEN 53 ft.
                          north - to mess. prev. Geo. WATTS & Thos. PAYNE, now Wm. BOORMAN 29 ft. 6 in. 
                                                    prev. 28 ft. 9 in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 29 ft. 6 in. prev. desc. as 21 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/5d.                       [154]

On land lately stood woodhouse etc., occup. prev. Edw. PIKE, then Jas. ALDERSON

Wm. BOORMAN admitted.

[ Prev. Court 21 Aug. 1792    Next Court 5 Apl. 1804

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Wednesday 13 November 1799   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOKE & Jas. ROBERTS

Chas. GREENSTREET of Faversham, gent., & Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe, esq., surrender to Geo. Elwick
JEMMETT for life of Thos. RUTTON of St. Martin in Fields, Mddx. land 3 acres, 15 perch abutting -
                          east - to drove way called Hempsted Lane
                          south, west & north - to other lands of Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                            [285]
Occup. Isaac RUTTON. 


also
land with barn lately built, & pond, 10 acres, abutting -
                          east & south - to lands prev. Thos NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON
                          north - to land prev. heirs Danl. MOORCOCK, then Ann HUNT, wid., then Saml. MUNN, 
                                                    now Arthur APSLEY, & land of trustees of Parish Church.
                                                                                                        Rent 17/6d                        [288]
Occup. Samuel FFLINT 


also
4 pces. land 13 1/2 acres, 1 rood at Hemsted, abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. Thos. RADNOR, now Robt. MASCALL, called Bull Meadow
                          east - to lands of Church
                          west & north - to other lands prev. Thos. NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 3 - 1d                [289]
Occup. Saml. FFLINT 

Geo. E. JEMMETT admitted subject to conditional surrender to Thos. RANDOLPH at Court 
18 Sep. 1798 (prev. Court)

[Next Court 16 Oct. 1801 ]


ALSO
   Isaac RUTTON surrenders on same terms - land 11 acres, two pces. prev. Hempsted Wood, 
all abuttals to other lands prev. Thos. NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d                       [287]
Occup. Saml. FFLINT 

land 14 acres, 3 pces. abuttals as above, now called Cricketing Field, Little Meadow & Brooke Field, (now with barn).
Rent 8/11d [290]

ALSO
on same terms - 
land 2 1/2 acres, all abuttals to other lands of RUTTON.                        Rent 2/3d                        [283]

land 6 acres, abutting south to Small Mead of EARL OF THANET, otherwise
to lands of RUTTON                                                                           Rent 8/-                           [284]

land, 3 acres at Barrowhill, abutting -
                          east & west - to other lands of RUTTON
                          west & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [292]

Geo. E. JEMMETT & Thos. RUTTON then surrender to Elizabeth COBB of Faversham, spinster, 
conditionally to secure 1200 + 5% interest.

[prev. court 24 Sep. 1799    Next Court 6 May 1811]

Then Thos. RUTTON surrenders to persons in his will, lands above at rents of - 5/- (285);    17/4d ( 288)
1 - 3 - 1d ( 289 ) ;    11/4d (287) ;    8/11d (290)   2/3 (283) 8/- (284 ) ; and 3/- ( 292 ) ; [Total 3 - 18 - 11d]

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Thursday, 17 April 1800
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK, Jas ROBERTS

Edw. HUSSEY of Scotney in Lamberhurst, appoints Edw. NORWOOD, clerk & Geo. WALTER, innkeeper, as attorneys for surrender to Wm. WALL, gent.

land, 2 pces. 7 acres 1/2 rood, prev. said to be 11 acres, one pce. called Poundfield, abutting -
                          south east - to other pce. of land
                          north & west - to land called Wellfield & highway to Gorehill/Barrowhill
                          south west - to land called Long Tilton, prev. Thos. APSLEY, then John HODGES, now 
                                                    Wm. BUSHILL [in 1811...late Wm. WHITFELD, now Jas. WALL]
Occup. Geo HOOPER, then Thos HUSSEY, then Ann HUSSEY, his widow, then Edw. HUSSEY, now Wm. WALL

Other pce. lies open to Short Tilton [in 1811 - " betw. which there was a hedge from well & pump, adj. in 
part to land called Gorehill Field, hedge now grubbed up."] & abuts -
                          south east - to Short Tilton
                          north - to Gorehill & Wellfield
                          northwest - to land above
                          south west - to Long Tilton
                                                                                                        Rent 13/2d                       [200]

also - land called Short Tilton, 3 acres, 3 1/2 rood, occup. as above lands, abutting-
                          east - to highway Ashford/Gorehill
                          north - to Gore Hill Field
                          west - to Long Tilton
                          south - to Long Strake
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [201]

- land called Long Strake, 1 rood [in 1811 - formerly garden, then orchard, now pasture & land open 
to Short Tilton ] abutting -
                          north - to Short Tilton
                          west - to Long Tilton, prev. Eliz. APSLEY, now Wm. BUSHILL
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, & other (freehold) land of HUSSEY [in 1811 prev. 
                                          LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. WALTER. In 1852 SHEPHERD & MARES]
                          east - to garden prev. Eliz. WATERMAN, wid., dec'd., then Ann HUSSEY
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [ 202]
Wm. WALL admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 5 Dec. 1797    Next Court 10 Dec. 1811]


ALSO
  Thos. PAYNE of Ashford, grocer, appts. Thos. ALLEN, taylor, & Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon,
as attorneys for admittance from Lewis WHITFELD of Ashford, gent., & Geo. WALTER' innkeeper, 
(late grocer) & wife Elizabeth. 
Lewis WHITFELD acknowledges receipt of all monies due on conditional surrender 14 July 1791 of land 
& mess. called 'Bell' abutting -
                          west - to land prev. Edw. PIKE, now Wm. BOARMAN (11ft.)
                          east - to way from mess. prev. Thos. GELLIBRAND, then Edw. PIKE, then Wm. WALTER,
                                                     now Thos. PAYNE, to St. Johns Lane ( 14 ft. 6in )
                          south - to Congreg. Mtg. Hse. ( 23 ft.)
                          north - to freehold mess. of PAYNE ( 23 ft. )
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [155]
Occup. Wm. WALTER, now Thos. PAYNE 

also
land, with woodhouse, etc. with right to St. John's Lane over land prev. Evan DAVIES & wife Grace, 
then Edw. PIKE, then Geo WALTER, now Thos. PAYNE abutting -
                          east - to yard of Martha PARKYN 61 ft. 3 in.
                          west - to passage way 53 ft.
                          north - to mess. & yard of Martha PARKYN 23 ft. 4 in.
                          south - to St. John 's Lane 38 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                       [156]

[ prev. Court 14 July 1791 Next Court 15 May 1811

Thos. PAYNE admitted, & then surrenders to persons in his will , lands 
above & also that to which he was admitted 21 August 1792 at               rent of 2d.                       [pt. 101A]


ALSO
- Wm. WYBORN of Smeeth, gent., surrenders to Geo. Elwick JEMMETT, pasture land called 
Bull Garden, adj. mansion hse. of G.E.J., length 7 rods . Occup. Isaac RUTTON, then John Basil 
DUCKWORTH, now G.E.J. abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Thos. MERCER, then Thos. COLE, now Ashford School
                          west - to land prev. GORSSE/ADCOCK/HERITAGE, prev. ATKINS, now Bertram THORNE
                          south - to lands of Geo. ROOKE, called Butts or Churchfield.
                          north - to lands of Parish church & lands of Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [282]
Geo. Elwick JEMMETT admitted.

[ Prev. Court 20 Mar. 1797]

Tenants in default amerced.

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Friday 2 May 1800    S
ame Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Jas. ROBERTS

Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, esq., & wife Elizabeth, surrender to Wm. CARRICK, bricklayer, both 
moieties of land & mess. lately built by CARRICK. abutting -
                          west - to land prev. Wm. BALDOCK, now Wm. TOMSETT
                          west & east - to other lands of BALDOCK
                          north - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          south - to land of BALDOCK, used as common way.

By recent measurement, 33ft. on north & south, 129ft. on east & west.

With right of way to Castle Lane over common way of 14 ft.
                                                                                                                                               [215]
Occup. Wm. CARRICK

Part of Little Tilton. BALDOCK admitted 14 Apl. 1789, rent 2/6d. 
6d. payable by Hy. TOMSETT - Court 19 Oct. 1792
3d. payable by Wm. VARHAM - Court 19 Apl. 1797

CARRICK admitted at rent of 3d. + 3d. = 6d. ( Payable by BALDOCK 1/3d )

[ Prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789    Next Court 17 Dec. 1825 ]

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Friday 5 December 1800   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK, Jas. ROBERTS, Anth. HILLS & Thos. PAYNE

John SAMPSON, currier, surrenders to Thos. JOHNSON, butcher, land abutting -
                          north - to copyhold gutter
                          west - to lands of Baptist Meeting House.
                          south - to lands of St. Johns Lane
                          east - to lands prev. Thos., now Geo WITHERDEN, esq.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [360]
Occup. prev. John SAMPSON, now Thos. JOHNSON 

First proclamation of the death of Thos. WITHERDEN

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1797    Next Court 17 June 1811 ]

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Thursday, 31 December 1800
Lord - Robt. FFOOTE, esq., a minor, by his mother Mary FFoote, 
widow, & deputy Steward Geo. Elwick JEMMETT

Homage: John BROOKE & Anthony HILLS

At Court 6 Apl. 1795, Robert HOUGHTON, weaver, then of Ashford, now of Brookland, master of workhouse 
there, & wife Elizabeth, surrendered to Jas. BOSEDEN of Bethersden, yeoman, conditionally -       [235]

All monies due now paid. Robt. & Eliz. HOUGHTON surrender to Hender HOUGHTON premises at rent of 3d., 
and then he surrenders to Jas. BOSEDEN conditionally to secure same sum.

[ see Court 6 Apl. 1795        Next Court 11 December 1806]

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