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[               ] 25 January 1801    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Anthony HILLS

Jas. ROBERTS, watchmaker, & wife Martha, surrender to Wm. JEMMETT, esq. shop called "Cage" etc. abutting -
                          east - to lands of John HOPE
                          south - to mess. of heirs of Stephen GREENHILL
                          west & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [64]
Occup. Sarah COSTEKER, now Jas. ROBERTS 

also chimney [as before]                                                                    Rent 2d.                           [65]

also - garden & stable, used as workshop, in length from south part to gdn. of Anth. HILLS, 54 ft., 
breadth on east from gdn. of heirs of John WATERMAN to gdn. of Wm. HAYWARD, 34 ft., and 
land to Churchyard, 28 1/2ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [66]
[ Prev. Court 3 May 1793      Next Court 14 Apl. 1803]

also - Second proclamation of death of Thos. WITHERSDEN

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Friday 24 April 1801    Same Lord. Geo JEMMETT, Steward.

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

LORD OF MANOR gave licence for Thos. RUTTON of Ospringe to fell oak trees, fee 10/6d per tree. During the 
life of John FFOOTE as LORD OF MANOR he felled 2 trees on land called Four Acres, and on Brooke Field, 
and 2 on Muckhouse Field.  He pays 2 - 12 - 6d.

Third proclamation of the death of Thos WITHERSDEN

First proclamation of the death of Chas. BAKER

All copyhold tenants defaulting in appearance amerced 1/- [sic - ?]

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Friday 16 October 1801   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK, Thos. PAYNE, Anthony HILLS, Thos. ALLEN

Henry FRIEND of Ffrittenden, clerk, & Geo. NORWOOD of Charing, gent., devisees of Thos. WITHERSDEN 
esq., dec'd., appt. John NORWOOD of Ashford, surgeon, Geo. WALTER of Ashford, victualler, & Weller
NORWOOD of Charing, gent., as attorneys - 9 May 1801

Thos. WITHERSDEN of Bethersden esq., held land with coal & necessary houses., being copyhold pt. of 
freehold mess., prev. Thos. TOURNAY, late Sarah WHITFELD, now occup. Elizabeth BAYLEY, abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          north east - from gutter, from yard of mess., prev. Thos. TOURNAY, then Sarah WHITFELD, 
                                                    then Richd. RABSON, then John SAMPSON, now Edw. JOHNSON , to 
                                                    gutter to yard of Royal Oak 46 ft.
                          south - to south part of necessary house., to yard of Thos. TOURNAY, now Edw. JOHNSON 
                                                    36 ft.
Open to land next mentioned.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                          [358]


also -
land with woodshed, south part of gdn., of mess., brickwall on south & east sides, abutting -
                          north - to land above
                          east - to Baptist Meeting House
                          south - to St. Johns Lane
                          west - to common passage & yd. of mess., prev. Thos TOURNAY, now Thos JOHNSON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [359]

Surrendered to persons in will of Thos. WITHERSDEN at Court 16 Oct. 1795. By will 17 May 1796 prems. 
to trustees Wm. PATTERSON of Ibarden in Bethersden, esq., Rev. Hy. FFRIEND of Ffrittenden, clerk & 
George NORWOOD of Charing, gent., for benefit of son Geo. WITHERSDEN, then Ashford Grammar School.
Wm. PATTERSON now dec'd.

Hy. FFRIEND & Geo. NORWOOD admitted. [ see indtre. & extract of Court Baron 5 June 1850 in U55/T9]

[Prev. Court 16 Oct. 1795 (last)    Next Court 5 June 1850]


ALSO
  Elizabeth SMYTHE held at time of death, stable & coach house, prev. two small mess. or tens. in 
Castle Lane, prev. occup. Francis WHITFELD, clerk, then Saml. MUNN, then Eliz. SMYTHE, with land adj.
On south 55ft. 2in., north 42ft. 3in., east 10 ft. 4in., west (in middle) 10ft. 6in - 24 ft. abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane
                          south - to mess. prev. Jas. TAPPENDEN, now Edw. HONISS & brewhse. prev. of Saml. 
                                                    MUNN, late Eliz. SMYTH
                          north & east - to land prev. Prud. MATSON, now Geo. ROBINSON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                         [351]
Surrender to person in will at Court 15 Aug. 1789  By will 19 July 1800, prems to bro. & sister, Rev. Wm. 
DISNEY of Pluckley & wife Anna Maria [vicar 1777 ob. 28 Mar 1807 see DNB]

Wm. & Anna Maria DISNEY admitted & surrender to persons in their wills.

[Prev. Court 15 Aug 1789    Next Court 8 May 1822


ALSO - Rev. Thos. RANDOLPH of Petham, clerk, acknow. repayment of 1000 + 550 from Isaac RUTTON 
of Ospringe, & Chas. GREENSTREET of Ffaversham, ( see Court 18 Sep. 1798) secured on land 3 - 0 - 15,
orchard 
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                           [285]
[next Court below] 
on land 10 acres [ next Court 22 Sep. 1804]                                         Rent 17/4d                       [288]

on land 11 1/2 acres & 1 rood [ next Court below]                                 Rent 1/3/1d                    [289]

Surrendered to Geo. Elwick JEMMETT for life of Thos. RUTTON, then heirs of Thos. RUTTON.
Thos. RUTTON surrenders to persons in his will.


ALSO
  Geo. Elwick JEMMETT & Thos. RUTTON of Ospringe, surrender to use of Wm. ALLEN of 
Ashford, draper, land, orchard 3 - 2 - 24 abutting -
                          east - to drove way called Hempsted Lane
                          other abuttals - late Isaac RUTTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                           [285]

Occup. Wm. ALLEN [Next Court 29 March 1832]

also
  2 pces. land called Lower Five Acres, now said to be 5 - 1 - 3, with another piece called Upper Five 
Acres, surrendered to Stephen TOURNAY, desc. as 4 pces. 13 1/2 acres & 1 rood at Hempsted abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. Thos RADNOR, now Robt. MASCALL, called Bull Meadow
                          east - to land of Psh. Church
                          west & north - to lands of Thos. NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 -3- 1d.                 [289]
[Next Court 9 Dec. 1820]

Rent divided - Lower Five Acres & Oxenfield 14/-
Upper Five Acres 9/1d


ALSO   Geo. E. JEMMETT and Thos. RUTTON surrender to use of Stephen TOURNAY of Ashford, grocer :

land called Upper Five Acres, now 5 - 2 - 10, occup. Stephen and John TOURNAY.

Stephen TOURNAY admitted at                                                          rent of 9/1d                       [pt. 289]
                                                                                                                                               [ 289A]
[ Next Court

[end of roll - entry completed on next roll]

                                                                                                                                  U1045 - M 13

[ continued from M12 above]

Stephen TOURNAY surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court for all above 13 November 1779    Next Court          ]


ALSO
  Chas. BAKER admitted at Court 5 December 1797 as tenant of land called Sereland, or Shereland, 
6 acres, and land called the Meadow, in corner of Sereland, occup. Josias PATTERSON, then John 
MASCALL, then Chas. BAKER.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/3d.                      [146]

Chas. BAKER dec'd., by will 18 Apl. 1798, all prems. to wife Caroline, John BAYLEY of Ashford, stationer, 
& Ffrancis WHITFELD of Ashford, gent., for benefit of niece Sarah, wife of John AUSTEN, ygr., for life. By 
codicil 25 Sep. 1800 John BAYLEY replaced by Richd. GREENHILL of Ashford, tanner.

Caroline BAKER, Ffrancis WHITFELD & Richd. GREENHILL admitted.

[prev. Court 5 Dec. 1797 ]

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8 July 1802    Lord Robert FOOT, Esq., (a minor) Steward Geo. JEMMETT

Homage: Anthony HILLS, Thos. PAYNE, Thos. ALLEN

Came Thomas FLINT, late ironmonger of Ashford, but now brewer of Canterbury, and his wife Mary, to 
surrender property to Edward CHITTENDEN, ironmonger and blacksmith.

(1) land with forge built thereon, breadth on south 20 1/2ft., and on north 16 ft., & length 6 perch & 4ft. 
[37ft.] abutting :
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD, spinster
                          south - to part of yard, formerly garden of Samuel FLINT & Simon EVERARD [EVERNDEN]
                          west - to land of Thos. FLINT, late Thos. DAN
                          north - to freehold mess. purchased by Thos. FLINT of the heirs of Samuel FLINT
With right of way from highway to kitchen garden gate, and leading beyond land late of LORD OF MANOR, 
and to use of pond, late occup. by Elizabeth DAWSON, widow. 
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                         [118]

(2) garden 32ft x 22ft being an orchard, late a garden, formerly of Mary EVERNDEN, widow, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD
                          south & west - to land of Thos. FLINT, la te Thos. DANN
                          north - to land of Thos. FLINT formerly [sic.- occup.] Elizabeth DAWSON.
                                                                                                        Rent 2 1/2d.                     [119]

Thos. FLINT admitted at Court 29 October 1788 on surrender of Samuel FLINT.

[ Next Court

(3) land with building formerly malthouse & other bldgs. length 44ft., breadth on east 12 1/2 ft., on west 12 ft. 
Formerly Abraham FLINT & Charles FAGG (occupiers), abutting 
                          west - to lands of Thos. FLINT, formerly John & Ann HOOKER & heirs of John DAY
                          north - to land formerly called Market Place of Thos. FLINT, purchased by Abraham FLINT 
                                                    of Thos. & John DANN
                          east - to land of Thos. FLINT, formerly Mary FLINT, widow.
                          south - to lands formerly orchard.
                                                                                                        Rent 8 1/2d.                    [124]

(4) land formerly orchard, now garden, 23 perch , abutting 
                          east - land Grace WHITFELD 
                          south - land College of Ashford
                          west - to land of Thos. FLINT, formerly John HOOKER & wife
                          north - to malthouse
with right of way frm highway to gate of yard, and to draw water from pond.
                                                                                                        Rent 12d.                         [125]
Thos. FLINT admitted to these lands at Court Baron 7 April 1779

(5) land, length from north to south on east side 73 ft. 5 in., abutting to lands formerly Simon EVERNDEN, 
now Thos. FLINT, turning towards west 10'6", then south 3' 8", and then on west again 20' 5", to lands of 
Vicar of Ashford . Length south to north 68' 1", breadth north side 38' 6" 
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                          [pt.182a]

Thomas FLINT admitted at Court Baron 20 October 1786, on surrender of John & Ann HOOKER.

[ Next Court 11 December 1806]

Afterwards
Edward CHITTENDEN surrendered t persons named in his will.

[ Previous court : 7 Apl. 1779 (124/5); 20 Oct. 1786 (182); 29 October 1788 (118/9)    Next Court 1 Dec. 1806]


ALSO
  Thos. FLINT surrenders to Wm. WHITFELD of Ashford, surgeon, land 22 yds. 1 ft. by 8 yds. occup. 
Rchd. GREENHILL, then Thos., then Saml. FLINT, now Wm. WHITFELD, abutting -
                          west & south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR
                          north & east - to lands prev. Thos FLINT., now Wm. WHITFELD
Formerly estate of Priscilla FLINT, mother of Thomas.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [126]

Wm. WHITFELD surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 11 Oct. 1782 / 20 Oct. 1786    Next Court 4 Apl. 1808]

First proclamation of the death of John BILLINGTON.

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Friday 22 October 1802   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anth. HILLS, Thos. PAYNE & Thos. ALLEN

Mary BOYS was tenant of mess. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          east - to highway to Kingsnorth 34ft. 2in.
                          west - to land prev. John REEVE, now TRUSTEES OF BAPTIST MTG. HSE 34' 2"
                          north - to land prev. Thos. TOURNAY, then Hy. CREED, now John ABBOTT 64'4"
                          south - to mess. prev. Joan CHAMPION, widow, now OVERSEERS OF POOR, for 
                                                    Bridewell House.
Occup. Philip HAWKINS, clerk, then Mary BOYS, now Eliz. BOYS., spin.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [56]
Surrendered to persons in will at Court 11 Apl. 1787

Dec'd. 24 July 1802. By will 16 Sep. 1790, prems. to sister Eliz. BOYS, who is admitted, and surrenders 
to persons in her will.

[ Prev. Court 11 Apl. 1787

Jos. MACE has felled two oak trees on land abutting west to Pell Hill, w/o permission [see 14 Apl. 1803]

Second procalamtion of death of John BILLINGTON.

Defaulting tenants amerced, copyholders 4d., freeholders 1/-.

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Wednesday, 18 January 1803    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. PAYNE, Thos. ALLEN & Anth. HILLS 

Joseph MACE, gent., surrenders to Robt. MASCALL 3 one third parts of land called Cherry Garden Field & 
Pond Field, 12 - 2 - 13 abutting -
                          west - to land of LORD OF MANOR called Lower Pell Hill & lands of Robt. MASCALL 
                                                    called Upper Pell Hill
                          north - to Parsonage
                          east - to lands prev. John WOODWARD, gent., now heirs of Geo. FFARBRACE & 
                                                    Wm. WATERMAN, called Cowleeze.
                          south - to lands prev. John WOODWARD, now heirs of Josias PATTERSON, & lands
                                                    prev. AUSTEN'S, now Wm. WATERMAN.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/8d x 3                   [232]
Occup. Jos. MACE, then John MILLER, now Robt. MASCALL.

With way to Gravel Pit Lane.

Robert MASCALL admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 27 July 1798     Next Court 4 November 1816]

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[             ] 14 Aprl. 1803      
Same Lord & Steward.

Jos. MACE agrees to fine of 5 - 5 - 0d for felling trees [ see 22 Oct. 1802]

John BILLINGTON, of Ashford, gent., dec'd. 2 July 1802, intestate, was tenant of meadow, 1 1/2 acres at 
Bybrook & rowen of whole meadow abutting -
                          north - to other lands of BILLINGTON
                          south - to lands of Parsonage
                          west - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD
                          east - to river
Occup. by John BILLINGTON                                                              Rent 6/10d.                      [129]

Sarah BILLINGTON, widow, & son John, 5 yrs. old, heirs, Marriage settlement 1796 [date not quoted] 

Sarah BILLINGTON admitted.

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct. 1777    Next Court 12 Apl. 1826 ]


ALSO
  Bertram THORNE, surgeon, was tenant for 2/3rds of prems. call The Croft, length 15 rods & 4 ft. 
[247 1/2ft.], breadth 7 rods & 3ft. [118 1/2 ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d [part of 2/-]
Part surrendered to Geo. PHILPOT, 15 Oct. 1796, at                            rent of 6d.
Part surrendered to Arthur APSLEY, 8 Apl. 1797, at                             rent of 6d.
Part used as roadway, balance a garden to mess., length E - W 150ft. N - S 119 ft.
Occup. B. THORNE & Francis NORWOOD, now Anne THORNE & Sarah RICHARDS abutting -
                          west - to lands sold to APSLEY & PHILPOT
                          south - to lands prev. HERITAGE's, part fenced off, now called Churchfield Lane.
                          north - to garden of Robt. prev. Wm BROWN, & of John MILLER, prev. SHEPHERD's before
                                                    DREWREY's, & Hy. MILLER late SHEPHERD's, before DREWREY's ,
                                                    & to freehold garden of Bertram THORNE
                          east - to lands prev. Isaac RUTTON, now G.E. JEMMETT.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [pt. 169]

THORNE dec'd 20 Mar. 1802. By will 19 July 1793, prems. to wife Anne for life, then to dau. Mary THORNE.

Anne THORNE admitted. 

[ Prev. Court 10 Aprol 1776     Next Court 2 May 1810]


ALSO
  John HOWLAND, butcher & wife Sarah surrender to Harry HOWLAND of Ashford, butcher, ten. 
used  by Messrs. MUNN & JEMMETT as office, then occup. John BACK, then John HOWLAND, now 
Harry HOWLAND, abutting -
                          north - to copyhold gutter
                          west - to lands of Grace WHITFELD, spinster
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to passage between ten. & garden, & ten late occup. Margaret SCOTT, now 
                                                    Thos. MILLER.

also
   land abut. west to bldg. below described : W - E on N 38' 7" on S 29' 1", N - S on E 29', N - S by bldg. 35 '

Use of necessary house reserved to John READER, shoemaker & to John READER & Thos. PAYNE, right 
of way to St. John's Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                         [pt. 101]

also
land with stables & slaughterhouse. E - W on N 32ft. 3in on S 32ft. 4 in, N - S on E 22 ft. 6in
Reserving to John READER part of bldg. occup. Jas. KETTLE, now John READER

also
land with woodhouse. N - S on west, to land of John VIRRILL & Grace WHITFELD 98ft. 10 in. on 
east 101ft. 4in. E - W on north 32ft. 4 in. on south 34 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [102]
Harry HOWLAND admitted

[ Prev. court


ALSO
  Wm. JEMMETT of Ashford, esq., surrenders shop, bldgs., etc. to use of John ELLIOTT silversmith, 
one shop (& one cellar under) & one over, prev. called the Cage, length 16ft., breadth 13ft. abutting -
                          south - to ten of heirs of Stephen GREENHILL
                          west & north - to highway.
Occup. Sarah COSTEKER, now Jas. ROBERTS.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [64]

also
   Chimney 10ft x 4ft. abutting -
                          south [? ] to shop above
                          south & west - to shop of Stephen GREENHILL
                          east - to shop of John HOPE                                    Rent 2d.                           [65]


also   garden & stable (now a workshop) abutting -
                          (?south) to gdn. of Anthony HILLS 54 ft.
                          ( ? ) to gdn. of Lewis WHITFELD
                          to gdn. of Wm. HAYWARD 34st. N - S
and footpath to churchyard 85ft.

Occup. Sarah COSTEKER, then Jas. ROBERTS, now John ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [66]

John ELLIOTT admitted, and then surrenders to Thos. PAY of BROOK, yeoman.

[ prev. Court 25 Jan. 1801,    next Court 9 Nov. 1809]

Tenants in default amerced.

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25 May 1803   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Thomas PAYNE

John BOND, (then 13 yrs.) was admitted at Court 21 Oct. 1791, by his father James BOND. (John BOND now 
of Ashford, clerk) to moiety of Bigger Shaffradge & the Now [sic! New] Marsh 18 acres abutting -
                          north - to lands of Isaac RUTTON, prev. Thos. NOWER, & land called Little Brooke
                          east - to lands of Geo. ROOKE
                          south - to lands prev. Sir Chris. POWELL, then Mrs. Mary FULLER,wid., & now Wm.
                                                    Stacey COAST,esq., & lands prev. John ASHERST, then John TIDHAM, 
                                                    now John QUIHAMPTON
                          west - to Little Brooke. & lands prev. ASHERST, then John TIDHAM, now John QUIHAMPTON

Occup. John WATERS, then Thos STANLEY [HENLEY?], butcher, then Thos. RICHARDSON, now 
Rev. Jas. BOND.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                          [171/227]

also
moiety of Little Brooke, 5 1/4 acres, abutting -
                          north - to land of Isaac RUTTON, prev. NOWERS
                          east - to Great Shaffardge
                          south - to New Marsh
                          west - to land prev. John ASHERST etc.

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

also
moiety of land abutting -
                          north - to Scarlett's Land
otherwise to lands of John ASHERST etc.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [173/229]

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

John BOND admitted to life interest in other moiety in acc. with will of James ANDREWS, D.D.

Surrendered to James BOND who is admitted, and surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 21 Oct. 1791    Next Court 12 Aug. 1805]

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27 October 1803   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Thos. ALLEN

John READER, leather cutter, surrenders prop. to which he was admitted at Court, 7 Apl. 1790, to persons 
in his will.
                                                                                                        rent 10d. n                       [pt.101]

Tenants in default amerced, freehold 4d. & copyhold 1/-

[ Prev. Court 7 Apl. 1790    Next Court 29 Oct. 1806]

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12 March 1804   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Thos. PAYNE

John BROOK of Ashford, gent., & wife Anne, surrender to use of John SUTTON of Ashford, linen draper 
mess. & shop, length 26ft., breadth 10ft. abutting -
                          east - to another shop of John BROOK
                          south - to shop of Wm. HAYWARD
                          west & north - to highway

also
land, in part called Twitton, abutting:
                          north & east - to shop of Wm. ROBSON
                          west & south - to other shop, desc. below, of John BROOK

Occup. John BROOK, now John SUTTON

also
another shop, but now used as parlour or sitting room, near Market Place abutting -
                          west - to shop first desc above
                          east - to shop of Wm. RABSON
                          north - to highway
                          south - to other lands of John BROOK
                                                                                                        Rents 10/-, 8d. & 9d.   [211 - 212]

John SUTTON admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 28 Oct. 1785,    next Court 30 March 1808

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5 April 1804   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS and John SUTTON

First proclamation of the death of John FFRIEND of Hythe, brewer.


ALSO
   Wm. BOORMAN, corn chandler, & wife Mary, surrender to use of Geo. LEPINE, of Upper Hardres,
yeoman, land with warehouse, etc., lately erected by Wm. BOORMAN abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev 'Bell' & Congregational Mtg. House 51ft. 9in.
                          west - to mess. & gdn., prev. Mary DREWRY, wid., then Edw. PIKE & now John READER,
                                                     occup. Widow SNOAD, & Eliz. COSTEKER, now [        ] MILLEN 53ft.
                          north - to freehold mess. prev. Wm. BOORMAN, now Geo. LEPINE 29ft. 6in. (prev. 28ft. 9in.)
                          south - to St. John's Lane - 29 ft. 6in (prev. 21 ft.)
On land was prev. wood & necessary house., occup. Thos. PAYNE, then Wm. BOORMAN, now Geo. LEPINE.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/5d.                     [154]

Geo. LEPINE admitted

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1799    Next Court 28 Nov. 1837

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9 August 1804   
Same Lord & G.E. JEMMETT, Deputy Steward.

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

John GOLD of Ashford, woolstapler, & wife Margaret Elizabeth (prev. M. E. APSLEY, spin.,) only child and 
heir of John APSLEY, carpenter, dec'd., surrender to use of John BROOK of Ashford, gent., land prev. part 
of timber yard abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Stephen GREENHILL, now John HAFFENDEN, surgeon
                          west - to land of Geo. ROBINSON, prev. other part of timber yard 60ft.
                          south - to freehold mess. of John BROOK 19 ft. 9 in.
                          north - to lands prev. Stephen KEMSLEY, now John BALDOCK 19 ft. 9 in.

Occup. John APSLEY, then Jane, his widow, then John Bennett HORTON, now John BROOK. 
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d (halfpence)       [19]

John BROOK admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[prev. Court 23 Oct. 1789    Next Court 21 Dec. 1843


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Saturday 22 Sept. 1804   
Lord Robert FOOTE, esq. [presumably now of age] Steward: Geo. JEMMETT

Homage: Thos. PAYNE & Thos. ALLAN

Oliver DELANCEY of Spring Gdns., Middx. Lieut. General.

Thos RUTTON of Ospringe Place to surrender - pasture land - from north to south 165 ft.; east to west 
(on south) 90 ft. & (on north 87 ft. abutting -
                          west - to fence of Barrack Yard
                          north - to lane on which stables are erected for Artillery horses
                          east & south - to land desc. below.

being at north west end of 10 acres copyhold land occup. Wm. ALLEN, held at
                                                                                                        rent of 17/4d.                   [288]

John HALLOWES of Ashford, esq., barrack master at Ashford, and Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon as 
attorneys for DELANCEY.

Apportioned rent determined at 1/-                                                                                            [288B]

[ Prev. Court 16 Oct. 1801    Next Court 15 Mar 1815]

[Col?] John HALLOWS, late 56th Regiment, Barrack Master at Ashford, died 24 May 1817 aged 88. 
Burke's Landed Gentry 1871 ed. (per W.E. Church).

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Tuesday 16 October 1804    Same Lord & Geo. Elwick JEMMETT, steward.

Homage: John BROOK & Thos. ALLEN

At Court 8 April 1797, Arthur APSLEY, then of Ashford, carpenter, now of Boughton under Blean, miller, & 
wife Susannah, surrendered conditionally on payment of 300 + 5% interest to Eliz. SCOTT of Ashford, spin., 
now wife of John SUTTON, draper, mess. or shop, length 36 ft., breadth from east 22ft.2 1/2in from west 24 ft. 
and land inclosed with posts & rails on south part of mess., abutting -
                          west - to Corn Market
                          east - to two tens., prev. Joane MATTHEWS, wid., then Wm. MATE, now Henry STROUD
                          south - to lane leading to Church
                          north - to land from Corn Mkt. to Butchery Row.

MUNN's & THORNTON, since a Mess House for army officers
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                         [296]

Capital sum 300 still outstanding, and to be paid to Eliz. SUTTON by Wm. IGGULDEN of Egerton, yeoman.
Wm. IGGULDEN admitted, conditionally on same terms.

[prev. Court 8 Apl. 1797,    next Court. 21 October 1812]

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Thursday 18 October 1804   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS, Thos. ALLEN & Thos. PAYNE

Wm. BUSHELL of Ashford, gent., surrenders land called Long Tilton, 3 acres (hitherto 3 - 3 - 20), occup. 
Thos. APSLEY, then Edw. KNOTT, then Geo. KNOTT, then Wm. BUSHELL, now Wm. WHITFELD, 
surgeon abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. Ann HUSSEY, wid., now Wm. WALL
                          west - to highway Barrowhill/Gorehill
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, occup. Geo. WALTER
                          east - to land desc. below
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [24]


also - a stable, close, well etc. with land 3 rood, 20 perch (heretofore 1 1/2 rood & 20 perch [ ? = 2 roods] )
Occup. as above abutting -
                          north & east - to lands prev. HUSSEY, now WALL
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, occup. Geo WALTER
                          west - to land above
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [25]

Wm. WHITFELD admitted, and then (with wife Martha) surrenders conditionally to Wm. BUSHELL, on 
payment of 400 + 5% interest.

Then surrendered to persons in will of Wm. WHITFELD.

[ Prev. Court 19 Oct. 1792    Next Court 4 Apl. 1808 / 2nd July 1806]


ALSO
   Daniel FFARBRACE, cooper, has without permission enclosed from waste, abutting to a straight 
line from chimney on south side of house occup. by Daniel FFARBRACE, on the north part of gate leading to 
field of Geo. JEMMETT, and also encroached on waste in Marsh Lane, adj. copyhold lands of Geo. JEMMETT.

Second proclamationof death of John FRIEND

Tenants in default amerced 1/- each.

[ see indtres. 20/21 July 1805 for sale of manor by Robt. FOOTE to Thos. DAWES by indtre 5 Dec. 1805 
DAWES acknowledges he is trustee for Geo. Elwick JEMMETT.]

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Tuesday 5 March 1805   
Lord - Thos. DAWES Steward G.E. JEMMETT

Homage: Thos ALLEN & John SUTTON

Ewell TRITTON, now Lieutenant, R.N. appoints Wm. WHITFELD, R.N. & Chas. STODDART,ygr., clerk, 
as attorneys.

Ewell TRITTON, by his attorneys, surrenders to use of Jas. POTTS of Ashford, victualler.

At Court 27 July 1798, Thos. QUIHAMPTON of Saltwood was admitted to two mess. & 3 gdns. (now one) 
late occup. Alexander WATSON, abutting -
                          east - to highway, Ashford/Kingsnorth 32 ft. 3in
                          west - to malthse, prev. Lewis WHITFELD, late Robt. TRITTON to lands of Vicarage, & lands
                                  late Mary NOAKES, wid.,then John WATERMAN, gent., now Martha PARKIN 36ft. 6in
                          north - to St. John's Lane 9 rods, 14ft. 6in [163ft]
                          south - to land prev. Lord's Pound Barn 10 rods, 7 in [165ft. 7in]
Occup. Martha SIMPSON, wid., & Wm. POPE, then Robt. TRITTON & Ffrancis CHAPLIN, then John
BILLINGTON, now. Alex. WATSON & Wm. SWEETLOVE.
                                                                                                        Rent 7d..                          [244]
600 + interest now paid 

Jas. POTTS admitted, then he surrenders to persons in his will.

Then Jas. POTTS & wife Susan surrender to Wm. VARHAM of Ashford, gent., conditionally on 600 + 
interest at 5% being paid.

[ prev. Court 27 July 1798    Next Court 25 Oct. 1805 (part) ]

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Friday 3 May 1805   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SUTTON & John ELLIOTT

John DAY, butcher, was admitted (on surrender of Mary ADCOCK of Wilton, Wilts.) at Court 25 Oct. 1775 
to 2/3rds of land, 3 pcs., and one shop, occup. Robt. PALMER saddler, abutting -
                          west - to shop occup. by Thos. WANSTALL of Lord of Manor. (both shops now demolished 
                                                    & ground laid open to street)
                          south - to footway
                          east - to toft, prev. butcher's shop of Gilbert BOURNE
                          north - to street

second parcel, with kitchen 16ft x 15ft. prev. occup. Anthony HILLS, junr. now Sarah PARKS, abutting -
                          north - to other part of mess. of which kitchen is part, belonging to Jas. Allen GORSSE 
                                                    & wife Sarah, now Richd. HAMMON, occ. Sarah PARKS
                          east - to mess. prev. Abr. FFLINT, then Thos. FFLINT, now Jas. ODDEN & Edw. CHITTENDEN
                          south - to land prev. J.A. GORSSE, on which John DAY has built.
                          west - to mess. of J.S. GORSSE, occup. John JOHNSON, now owned & occup. by 
                                                    Rchd. HAMMON

third part (with workshop now erected on north part) abutting -
                          east - to gdn. prev. Joan MATTHEWS, then [ ] HOOKER, then Thos. FFLINT, now 
                                                    Jas. ODDEN & Edw. CHITTENDEN
                          south - to lands of Vicar
                          west - to churchyard
                          north - to prems. prev. J.A. GORSSE & wife Sarah, then John HOOKER, now John DAY

Occup. Anthony HILLS & John JOHNSON, now Martha PARKS & Richd. HAMMON

                                                                                     Rent 4/1+ 1/2d (halfpence)      [170 total rent 6/2 1/2d]

John DAY admitted to 1/3rd on surrender of J.A. GORSSE, but died Feb. 1797, intestate, & without surrender 
to persons in his will.  Prems. to daughter Ann, wife of Benjamin DAN of Wye, gent., his only child, who are
admitted, but then surrender to Richd. HAMMON of Ashford, cabinet maker, who surrenders to persons in his will.

Then Richd. HAMMON & wife Sarah Abigail surrender to Wm. KINGSLAND of Pet Street in Wye, yeoman,
conditionally on payment of 400 + interest @ 5%

[ Prev. court 25 Oct. 1775    Next Court 29 July 1825]


ALSO
at Court 22 Oct. 1790 John IMPETT of Wye, gent., admitted (on surrender of Wm. HAYWARD of
Willesborough, shopkeeper & wife Jane) to mess. or ten. abutting -
                          north - to mess. of John BROOK, now John SUTTON
                          east - to mess. of Richd. RABSON 12ft. 3in.
                          west - to High Street 14 ft.
                          south - to footway to butcher's shambles 45ft. 2in.

Occup. Wm. HAYWARD, ygr.                                                            Rent 8/4d                          [69]

also part of mess., now 2 dwellings, occup. prev. [         ] ELSE, now Geo. RAINS 
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [218]
conditionally on payment of 500, which was not paid.

John IMPETT, dec'd [ ], son John IMPETT, late of Beverley,Yorks., now of Edinburgh, esq., heir.
Payment now made, & Wm. HAYWARD admitted unconditionally.

also W. HAYWARD,elder, to be admitted to part of prems. occup. by Widow ILLDEN, & slaughterhse. etc. 
                                                                                                        at rent of 10d.                    [70]
Wm. HAYWARD admitted.

[ Prev. Court 22 Oct. 1790    next Court 19 Dec. 1846]

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Tuesday 12 August 1805   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John SUTTON & John ELLIOTT

James BOND of Ashford, clerk & Vicar, John BOND, clerk, of Ashford (grandson of Jas. ANDREWS D.D. 
(see Court 25 May 1803)) & eldest of three sons, co-heirs in gavelkind, of Eliz. BOND dec'd., wife of James, 
& eldest of two daughters of Jas. ANDREWS, Wm. Andrew BOND of Ashford, gent., (bro. of John), Lydia 
Mary BOND spin., sister, Wm. NANCE, clerk, rector of Gt. Chart & wife Lydia Catherine (nee
ANDREW) surrender to Robert Montague WILMOT of Ashford, Dr. of Physick, moiety of Bigger Shaffradge 
& new Marsh, 18 acres.  Abbutals as before, but east now Francis HEAD, prev. Geo ROOKE.
                                                                                                        Rent 6s.                           [171/227]
Robert M. WILMOT admitted to both moieties.

also
Little Brook 5 1/2 acres                                                               Rent 1/10d                       [172/228]

also
one rood of land                                                                          Rent 1d.                           [173/229]

WILMOT admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will, & then surrenders conditionally on payment of 
600 + interest at 5% to James BOND

[ Prev. Court 25 May 1803    Next Court 30 July1808 ]

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Friday 25 October 1805   
Same Lord and Steward

Homage: John SUTTON, Thos. ALLEN, Anthony HILLS, John ELLIOTT

Jas. POTTS admitted 5 Mar. 1805 to prems., now surrenders to Wm. DAW of Ashford, ostler - mess. or ten. 
in St. John's Lane, occup. now Wm. SWEETLOVE & land abutting -
                          to St. John's Lane north, 42 ft. on each side, 
                                                                                                        rent 7d.                           [pt. 244]
Rent apport. to DAW 3d., who is admitted & then surrenders to Persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 5 Mar. 1805    Next Court 6 Jan. 1820]

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Saturday 26th October 1805   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Henry STROUD of Ashford, cordwainer, surrenders to Chas. BRADLEY of Ashford, druggist, mess. or ten. 
lately built by Hy. STROUD in site of mess. previously occup. John WELLER, adj. old Fish Market, breadth 
28 ft., length 44ft. on east, 20 ft. breadth on west side. Occup. Charles BRADLEY
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [293]
BRADLEY admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

Chas. BRADLEY & wife Eliz. surrender to Hy. STROUD conditionally on payment of 300 + 5% interest.

[ prev. Court 18 Oct. 1797     Next Court 31 Oct. 1808 ]

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5 May 1806   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & Thos. ALLEN

John HOPE of Ashford, carpenter, now dec'd, held prems. @ 6/-

Martha PARKIN, of Ashford, widow, now dec'd, held prems @ 8d.,2d., & 4 1/2d

John READER, now dec'd., leather cutter, held prems. @ 10d.

Tenants in default amerced.

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Wednesday 2 July 1806   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Stephen TOURNAY & John SUTTON

Wm. BUSHELL acknow. repayment of 414 - 1 -3d from Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon, & wife Martha. 
Conditional surrender at Court 18 Oct. 1804 for Long Tilton, prev. occup. Thos. APSLEY, then Geo. KNOTT, 
then Wm. BUSHELL, now Wm. WHITFELD. abutting -
                          north - to land prev. HUSSEY now Wm. WALL
                          west - to highway Barrow Hill to Gore Hill
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, occ. Geo. WALTER
                          east - to land desc. next
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [24]

also stables etc. 3 roods, 20 perch (prev. 1 1/2 roods & 20 perch) occup. as above.

                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [25]

Wm. WHITFELD admitted unconditionally, & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1804    Next Court 4 April 1808]

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27 September 1806   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John SUTTON

Danl. COSTEKER of City of London, draper, dec'd. held mess. or ten. (prev.barn) & land in Marsh Lane, 
abutting - (3 rods 4 1/2ft)
                          north - to lands prev. Amy LILLY, then Richd. BAYLEY, now Geo. JEMMETT, gent
                          west - to highway - 6 rods 4 1/2ft. incl. gateway to north of mess..
                          east & south - to copyhold land of Geo. JEMMETT - east 6 1/2 rods, sth 12 1/2 ft.
Occup. by Matthew BRIGHT, now Danl. FFARBRASS.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d                            [231]

also
land with mess. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          north & east - to copyhold land prev. Jos. GELLIBRAND & Jos. MARSH, then
                                                    Rchd. RABSON, then Danl. COSTEKER
                          south & west - to highway length N - S 39ft breadth 1 1/2ft. to 3 ft.
Occup. Matthew BRIGHT, now Danl. FFARBRASS                                                                      [230]

also
mess. & gdn. abutting -
                          east & south - to mess. & gdn. of Geo. JEMMETT, on sth 4 rods 71/2ft, on east 6 rods 12 1/2ft.
                          west - to mess. & gdn. late Mary SMITH, now John POPE, & lands prev. Amy LILLY, 
                                                    then Rchd. BAYLEY, now Geo. JEMMETT
                          north - to highway 4 rods, 7ft.                                                                          [233]

Occup. prev. Mrs. WHITFELD, then Thos. FFELLOWS, taylor, now Geo. JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.

COSTEKER died 10 March 1785, intestate. Only child a daughter by a former wife, & widow Mary, then pregnant of a son born 19 June 1785, bap. Daniel.

Son admitted at Court 11 Apl. 1787

Mary COSTEKER ( who married John Wm. BARSON of Rockingham Row , Kent Road, Surrey, surgeon 
& apothecary), lately deceased.

Danl. COSTEKER, son, admitted to whole.

[ Prev. Court 11 Apl. 1787    Next Court 19 July 1808]

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Wednesday, 29 October 1806   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, John SUTTON, & Anthony HILLS

Jos. MACE of Ashford, gent., held land abutting -
                          east - to copyhold land of Thos. PAYNE 38 ft.
                          west - to copyhold land of Geo. LEPINE 41 ft.
                          south to customary way or St. Johns Lane 25 ft.
                          north - to copyhold mess. of Thos. PAYNE
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [224]
With meeting house of protestant dissenters , Rev. Evan DAVIS last resident minister.
Prems. surrendered to will at Court 17 Apl. 1754
MACE dec'd December 1804, by will dated 11 Apl. 1803 [PRC17 - 103/659]
Prems. to Wm. RABSON, shopkeeper, as Trustee.

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

[ Prev. Court 17 Apl. 1754    Next Court 8 May 1822 ]


ALSO
John READER, of Ashford, leather cutter, dec'd., held ten & gdn. occup. Margaret SCOTT, now 
Thos. MILLEN abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          east - to land of Geo. LEPINE prev. John THORPE
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          south & west - to passageway betw. prems occup. of Hoffman HOWLAND, late BACK, & 
                                                    prems. occup by Thos. MILLEN.
Right of use by Harry HOWLAND, butcher, owner of prems. occup. by Harman HOWLAND of warehouse, 
pump & well on south side of premises.

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

also stables, part of bldg. late occup. Jas. KETTLE, now Mary READER.    Rent 10d.                    [101 pt.]

John READER surrendered to persons in his will 27 Oct. 1803 & died Nov. 1805 [ bur. 24 Nov. 1805] 
By will dated 27 Mar. 1805, prems. to wife Mary, who is admitted.

[ prev. Court 27 Oct. 1803    Next Court 31 Oct 1809(??) 


ALSO
   John PAYNE of Willesborough, carpenter, & wife Mary, surrender to Rchd. HAMMON of Ashford, 
cabinet maker, land abutting -
                          south - to gdn of Edw. & Humphrey CHITTENDEN, late FLINT 30' 11"
                          north - to other lands of Rchd. HAMMON, prev. DAY 38' 6"
                          east - to CHITTENDEN 17' 2"
                          west - to HAMMON, prev. DAY 19' 4"
with cottage, prev. occup. Thos. FOWLER, now Rchd. SPEED
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [182]
Rchd. HAMMON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ prev. Court [missing]    Next Court 29 July 1825]


ALSO
-  John HOPE of Ashford, carpenter - 2nd proclamation of death 
Martha PARKIN, widow - 2nd proclamation of death
Edward HONISS, bricklayer - 1st proclamation of death
Mary HORTON, widow - 1st proclamation of death
John Bennett HORTON , brewer - 1st proclamation of death

Tenants in default amerced.

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Thursday 11 December 1806   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Wm. RABSON & John ELLIOTT

Edw. CHITTENDEN, blacksmith, was admitted at Court 8 July 1802 to prems. prev. [ ] FLINT, land, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD 6 pole 4 ft. [103ft.]
                          south - to part of yard, (prev. gdn.) of Saml. FLINT, prev. Simon EVERARD 20 1/2ft.
                          west - to land of Thos. FLINT, prev. DAN
                          north - to freehold mess. of Thos. prev. Saml. FLINT 16ft.
Occup. Thos. FLINT, then Eliz DAWSON, now Edw. CHITTENDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                        [118]

also
gdn., 32ft. x 22ft. 6in, inclosed with posts & rails, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD
                          south & west - to land of Thos. FLINT prev. Thos. DAN
                          north - to land above
occup. as above                                                                                Rent 2 1/2d.                     [119]

also
land & bldgs. length 44ft., abutting -
                          west - to land prev. John HOOKER & wife Anne, then Thos. FLINT & land of John DAY 12ft.
                          north - to mess. of Thos. FLINT (heretofore called Market Place,) purch. by Abraham FLINT 
                                                    from Thos. & John DAN.
                          east - to customary land prev. Mary, then Thos. FLINT 12 1/2ft.
                          south - to land prev. orchard
                                                                                                        Rent 8 1/2d.                     [124]

Occup. Abraham FLINT & Chas. FAGG, then Abraham, then Thomas FLINT, now Edw. CHITTENDEN 
& Rchd. HAYWARD.

also
land prev. orchard, 23 perch, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD
                          south - to the College lands
                          west - to land prev. John HOOKER, then Thos. FLINT
                          north - to land desc. above.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [125]

also
land abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Simon EVENDEN, then FLINT 73ft. 5 in., then west 10ft. 6in., then 
south 3 ft. 8 in, then west 20ft. 5in.
                          south - to College lands
                          west - 68ft. 1in. to land now CHITTENDEN & HAYWARD.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d                           [pt.182]

[ Prev. Court 8 July 1802    Next Court 23 Mar. 1818]


By indtre, 3 July 1802, bewteen (1) Thos. & Mary FLINT (2) Edw. CHITTENDEN (3) Jas. ODDEN, yeoman, 
of Westwell, moiety of lands to ODDEN.

Jas. ODDEN then surrenders moiety to Humphrey CHITTENDEN.

[ Prev. Court 8 July 1802    Next Court 23 Mar. 1818]


ALSO
   Henden HOUGHTON of Ashford, baker, surrenders to Thos. BACK of Westwell, yeoman [H H married
Amy BACK of Westwell, 21 May 1806 - CML ] land with stable, now mess. & smith's forge abutting -
                          east - to garden way from churchyard to churchfield
                          south - to land of Wm. DOWNE 32ft. 8 in.
                          west - to gdn. of Rchd. RABSON 150 ft.
                          north - to churchyard 31ft. 10 1/4 in.

Occup. Wm. MATE, then Robt. HOUGHTON, & Wm. POPE, ygr., blacksmith, then Henden HOUGHTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                         [235]

[ Prev. Court 31 Dec. 1800    Next Court 16 Apl. 1823]


Thos. BACK admitted.

At Court 31 Dec. 1800, Hendon HOUGHTON surrendered to Jas. BOSEDEN of Bethersden, conditionally 
for 250 + 5%.

Not paid by HOUGHTON, but now paid by BACK, and prems. then surrendered by BACK & BOSEDEN to 
Robert HOUGHTON of Ashford, weaver.

Robt. HOUGHTON admitted, but then surrenders conditionally to Jas. BOSEDEN to pay 250 + 5% interest, 
and also to persons in his [ RH] will.

[Prev. Court 31 Dec. 1800

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Wednesday 14 January 1807   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John BROOK & John SUTTON

Robert MASCALL surrenders to Francis WHITFELD of East Stour Farm, Ashford, gent.,

3 pcs. land called Hookwood, Further Goldmead & Nether Goldmead, (prev. 5 pcs. called Nethland, 
Southwood, Goldmead, Perilacre & Little Mead, 28 acres,) abutting -
                          north - to land prev. LORD OF MANOR, then [Geo.] ROOKE, now Ffrancis WHITFELD, called
                          Shetfield, & lands prev. Dr. I. RUTTON, now Lewis WHITFELD called Perilacre
                          east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, then ROOKE, now Ffrancis WHITFELD called 
                                                    Middle Gere & Bennett's Brooke.
                          south - to land prev. RUTTON, now Lewis WHITFELD
                          west - to river
                                                                                                                                              [225/6]

also rowen of 5 1/2 acres land called Perilacre.
Occup. John MASCALL, since Edw. DERING, ygr., late Robt. MASCALL, now Francis WHITFELD.

                                                                                                        Rent 1/16/-                    [ 225]

also
3 pcs. land 28 acres, called Hookwood, abutting -
                          east & north - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Francis WHITFELD, called Shetfield.
                          south - to lands prev. John SAWKINS, gent., now Jas. HEAD, to lands of David LADD, land 
                                                    of trustees of Edw. HUNTER & watercourse.
                          west & north - to lands called Netherland & Goldmead.
Occup. John MASCALL (as above)
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                        [ 226]

According to intres. 23/24 May 1794 betw. (1) Francis WHITFELD (2) John JEFFREY, gent., (3) Wm. WHITFELD
of Cranbrook, surgeon & Wm. SMART of Charing, gent., being marr. settlement betw. Fran. W. & Mary J.

Francis WHITFELD admitted.

[ prev. Court 17 Oct. 1783    Next Court 18 Feb. 1818 ]


ALSO
Martha PARKIN, spin., dec'd., surrendered 20 Nov. 1784 - land with mess. abutting -
                          west - to lands late Martha PARKIN, now Messrs. YATES & CARTWRIGHT, 4 rod 3 ft. [69 ft.]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 4 rods 7 1/2ft. [73 1/2ft.]
                          east - to land prev. Robet. TRITTON, since. Jas. POTTS, now Wm. DAWE 24 1/2 ft.
                          south - to lands of Vicar 3 rods 1ft. [50 1/2ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [349]
Martha P. died 14 Apl. 1806 [ not in Ashford]. By will dated 11 Jan. 1782 mess. occ. by Francis CHAPLIN , to George, son of bro. Henry PARKIN, & Jas. OLIVER

Geo. PARKIN & Jas. OLIVER admitted, and then surrender to Francis CHAPLIN of Ashford, ironmonger, who 
then surrenders to persons in his will.

also M.P. held land, formerly with forge, abutting -
                          north - to gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 27ft. 7in.
                          west - to lands late Thos. PAYNE, formerly GELLIBRAND's 65ft. 1in.
                          east - to lands of Felix FAGG, late BONNERs 76ft. 8 in
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                    [347]

Occup. Geo PATEY, then Martha PARKIN, now Samuel YATES & Geo. Wm. CARTWRIGHT 

also
land with barn & stables, abutting -
                          east - to lands formerly Mary NOAKES, late Geo. PATEY 4 rods 7ft. [73ft.]
                          south - to lands of Vicar 4 rods 6ft. [72 ft.]
                          west - to lands of Mary DREWRY 5 rods 2ft. [84 1/2ft.]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 3 rods 5ft. [54 1/2ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                          [348]
Occup. Geo. PATEY, then Martha PARKIN, now YATES & CARTWRIGHT

PARKIN & OLIVER admitted, as above, then surrender to W. CARTWRIGHT, who then surrenders to persons 
in his will.

[ Prev. Court 20 Nov. 1784    Next Court 22 Dec. 1828 ]

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Monday, 21 Sept. 1807   
Lord Thos. DAWES    Steward G.E. JEMMETT

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

John HOPE, carpenter, dec'd., [bur. Oct. 1 1803] held - mess. prev. shop, length 18 1/2ft., breadth 
5 1/2 ft. abutting -
                          west - to ten. of heirs of Rev. S. GREENHILL, occ. Cath ROGERS
                          north - to prems. of John ELLIOTT & High Street
                          south - to Butchery Lane
                          east - to narrow passage btw. shop & mess. prev. Joan MATTHEWS,wid., then Ann, wife 
                                                    of John HOOKER, now demolished.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                           [256]
Occup. John KNOWLDEN, then Matthew HOUGHTON, then John HOPE, now Eliz., his widow. 

                               ob. 1803 John = Eliz. ob.1810
                                                     I ___________________________
                                                     I                                                l 
                         John 1784 - 1846  = Ester 1764 - 1850              Eliz = John GILLETT
            _______________________l__            _____________________
            I                                                    l                                        l
Wm 1796 = Susan Pattenson?     Mgt 1805 = Rchd. RABSON        Eliz 1792

John HOPE surrendered to persons in his will 17 Oct 1777, & died Sep. 1803 [bur. 1 Oct.] By will dated 26 Jan
1797 , prems " prev. occup. Math. HOUGHTON, now Jas. SPARROW, purchased of Joseph WORRALL & his 
wife Catherine" to wife Elizabeth for life, then. to my dau. Eliz., wife of John Gillett of Dymchurch, grazier.

Eliz. HOPE admitted.

Eliz. GILLETT now dec'd., so reversion (after death of Eliz. HOPE) of prems. to Wm. HOPE of Hythe, carpenter,
only bro. of John HOPE
He surrenders his interest (after death of Eliz. HOPE) to John ELLIOTT of Ashford, silversmith, who then
surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 17 Oct. 1777    Next Court 13 Jun 1878 ]

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Wednesday 21 October 1807   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Edw. HONISS, BRICKLAYER, dec'd., held land abutting -
                          north - to lands of Wm. BALDOCK 37ft. 6in
                          south - to freehold prems. of HONISS, late GORSSE 36 ft.
                          west - to copyhold gdn. of HONISS 60 ft. 6 in
                          east - to copyhold stables & gdn. of HONISS 60 ft. 6 in.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [164]
Surrendered to persons in will 5 Apl. 1799
By will 3 Sep. 1806 estate in parishes of Ashford, Biddenden, Faversham, Godmersham, Smarden, 
Woodchurch & Kingsnorth to Wm. HONISS, who lived with him, & was his natural son by Eliz. PUNNETT 
[bap. 24 Sep. 1794] Wm. ALLEN, guardian of Wm. H. who is admitted.

also

Edw. HONNISS held 3 (heretofore 2) gardens, abutting -
                          north - to lands of Wm. BALDOCK 38ft. 3in
                          south - to lands of John SCOTT 35ft. 3in.
                          west - to lands of John HAFFENDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [165]
Wm. HONNISS admitted.

also -

Edw. HONNISS held gdn. with stables & barn, now conv. to dwellings, occ. [      ] POWER & others, abutting -
                          north - to lands of Wm. BALDOCK 20ft. 6 in.
                          south - to freehold bldgs. of Rchd. BARRETT, prev. BOSWORTH 20ft. 6 in
                          west - to lands of HONNISS 60 ft. 6 in.
                          east - to lands of Rchd. BARRETT 60 ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent. 5d.                         [166]
Wm. HONNISS admitted.

[ Prev. Court 5 Apl. 1799    Next 12 Oct. 1810 ]

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[               ] 30 March 1808   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

John SUTTON, late of Ashford, linendraper, now of Eastwell, farmer & wife Eliz. surrender to Robt. THATCHER,
late Hastings, now Ashford, linendraper - mess. or shop. abutting - 26ft. x 10ft.
                          east - to other shop of SUTTON, desc. below
                          south - to shop of Wm. HAYWARD
                          west & north - to highway
together with land called Twitton, abutting -
                          north & east - to shop of Wm. RABSON
                          west & south - to other shop of SUTTON below.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/8d                       [211]
Occup. SUTTON, now THATCHER 

also
- shop, now used as parlour or sitting room abutting -
                          west - to shop above
                          east - to shop of Wm. RABSON
                          north - to highway
                          south - to shop of SUTTON above
Occup. [as above]                                                                              Rent 9d.                          [212]

Robert THATCHER admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 12 Mar 1804    Next Court 31 Jan 1814]

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Monday 2 April 1808
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Stephen TOURNAY & Robert THATCHER

Wm. STROUD, draper, & wife Elizabeth surrendered 16 Oct. 1795 to Cath. TRITTON, wid., ten. in 
2 dwellings , abutting -
                          east - to mess then Mary GOLD, now John PART 24 ft.
                          west - to mess. then John SCOTT, now Arthur APSLEY
                          north - to Butchery Lane 18 ft. 2in.
                          south - to lane to Church

& pce. of land then stumped off with posts & rails from south of mess., but now built on as enlargement of
dwelling.

Occup. Joan MATTHEW, wid., then Wm. POPE & Robt. NYE
                                                                                                        Rent 7/8d                         [234]

Conditionally on 150 + 5% interest being paid.

Cath. TRITTON mar. Wm. VARHAM, gent.

Ppl. & int. now paid, & prems. to be surrendered to Jas. BARNES of Ashford, draper, who is admitted 
& surrenders to persons in his will.

Jas. BARNES & wife Mary then surrender to Wm. STROUD, draper, conditionally to secure payment 
of 165 + 5% interest.

[ Prev. Court 16 Oct. 1795 (roll lost)     Next Court 7 Aug. 1846]

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[Wednesday] 4 April 1808    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Wm. WHITFELD of Ashford, Surgeon & apothecary, surrenders to Jas. WALL, gent., -

land called Long Tilton, 3 acres (heretofore 3 acres ,3 1/2 roods), occup. Thos. APSLEY, then Edw. KNOTT, 
then Geo. KNOTT, late Wm. BUSHELL, since Wm. WHITFELD, now Jas. WALL, abutting to -
                          north - land late Anne HUSSEY, wid., now Wm. WALL, esq.
                          west - to highway Barrow Hill/ Gore Hill
                          south - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. WALTER
                          east - to land below
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [24]

also
land with stable, close & well, & pump, 3 roods 20 perch (prev. said to be 1 1/2 rood, & 20 perch) occup. 
as above, abutting -
                          north & east - to other land late Ann HUSSEY, now Wm. WALL
                          south - to other land prev. LORD OF MANOR now Geo. WALTER
                          west - to land desc. above 
with rights over land of Wm. WALL called Short Tilton from the highway at end of North Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [25]
Jas. WALL admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 18 October 1804/ 2 July 1806    Next Court        ]


ALSO

Wm. WHITFELD surrenders to Grace WHITFELD, spinster, land, length 22 yds., 1 ft., breadth 8 yds.
Occup. prev. Richd. GREENHILL, then James, since Samuel FLINT, now Wm. WHITFELD, abutting -
                          west & south - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. WALTER
                          north & east - to lands prev. Thos. FLINT, now Wm. WHITFELD
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [126]
Grace WHITFELD admitted & surrenders to persons in her will.

[ Prev. court 8 July 1802    Next Court 5 Sep. 1814]

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[           ] 19 July 1808   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Danl. COSTEKER, gent., of St. Pancras, Mddx., surrenders to persons in his will mess. or ten. prev. barn, 
now with outhouse & bldgs. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. Amy LILLY, then Rchd. BAYLEY, now Geo. JEMMETT 3r 4 1/2ft.
                          west - to highway ( incl. gateway on north side) 6r 4 1/2ft.
                          east - to copyhold land of Wm. JEMMETT 6 1/2 rods
                          south - ditto - 12 1/2 ft.
Occup. Matthew BRIGHT, now Danl FAIRBRASS 
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [231]

also
little pce. of land with mess. now built, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands prev. Jos. GELLIBRAND & Jos. MATE [?MARSH? MACE?]
                          south & west - to highway
Occup. as above, & lying open to above premises                                Rent 6d.                          [230]
N - S 39 ft., one end 1 1/2 ft., & other 3ft.


also
- mess. & gdn. abutting -
                          east - to mess & gdn. of George JEMMETT 6r 12 1/2ft [111 1/2ft]
                          south - ditto - 4r 7 1/2 ft. [ 73 1/2 ft.]
                          west - to mess & gdn. late heirs of Mary SMITH, now John POPE & lands prev. Amy 
                                                    LILLY, then Rchd. BAYLEY, now Geo. JEMMETT
                          north - to highway 4 r 7 ft. [73ft.]
Occup. Mrs. WHITFELD, since Thos. FFELLOWS, taylor, then Geo. JEMMETT, now untenanted.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [233]
[ Prev. Court 11 April 1787,   27 Sep. 1806    Next Court 3 May 1810 [?]
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Saturday 30 July 1808   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Notice by Ann MARTYR of Greenwich, appointing Geo. WALTER, innholder & Geo. JEMMETT, gent., 
as attornies. [attorneys]

Rev. Jas. BOND admitted at Court 12 Aug. 1805 (on surrender of Dr. Robt. Montague WILMOT & wife Mary) 
of land called Bigger Shaffradge, New Marsh 18 acres abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Dr. Isaac RUTTON, now Lewis WHITFELD, & to land called Little Brooke.
                          east - to lands prev. Geo. ROOKE, now Jas HEAD
                          south - to land prev. Sir. Chris. POWELL, then Mrs. Amy FFULLER, wid., now Wm Stacey
                              COAST, esq., & land prev. John ASHERST, then John TIDHAM, now John QUIHAMPTON
                          west - to Little Brooke & land ASHERST/TIDHAM/QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                           [171/227]
Occup. John WATES, then Thos. HENLEY, butcher, then Thos. RICHARDSON, then Jas. BOND 

also
meadow land called Little Brooke, 5 1/4 acres, abutting -
                          north - to land of Isaac RUTTON, prev. John NOWER
                          east - to Great Shaffradge
                          south - to New Marsh
                          west - to land ASHERST/TIDHAM/QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/10d                      [172/228]
Occup. as above 

also
1 rood land abutting -
                          east, west & south - to land ASHERST/ TIDHAM/ QUIHAMPTON
                          north - to Scarlet's Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 1 1/2d                     [173/229]
Occup. as above 

Surrendered conditionally to secure 600 + 5% interest. Principal not repaid, but Jas. BOND requires money.

Ann MARTYR advances further 800, & repays BOND 600; & is admitted.

[ Prev. Court 12 Aug. 1805,     Next Court 18 Aug. 1818 ]

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Monday 31 October 1808   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Anthony HILLS & Robt. THATCHER

John HORTON, maltster, dec'd [19 Apl. 1776] held land, prev. Lempspot [?], 30 perches. E - W 4 1/2 rods 14ft. 
1 in [88 1/4 ft.] N - S 6 1/2 rods [107 1/4ft.] abutting -
                          south - to backside & gardens late John HORTON
                          east- to yard prev. Geo. SINNOT, gent., now gdn to capital mess. of Robt. MASCALL
                          north - to lands prev. John WATERMAN, since Lewis WHITFELD, now Robt. MASCALL
                          west - to gdns & backsides, prev. Thos. COLE, now Lewis WHITFELD
with right of way over land called Gravil Pitt.
                                                                                                        Rent 2 1/2d                      [180]
Occup. John, now Robt. MASCALL & heirs of Josias PATTERSON.


By indtre. 5/6 Sept. 1770 betw. (1) John HORTON & John Bennett HORTON, maltster, eldest son of JH 
(2) Richd. FFITCH of Pluckley, gent., (3) Mary FFITCH, spinster, one of the daus. of R.F. (marr. settlement).

John HORTON dec'd. 19 Apl.1776. Wife Mary admitted at Court 18 Oct. 1776  [Will PRC17 - 99/403]
John Bennett HORTON, dec'd during life of Mary [bur. 24 Jan. 1806], who dec'd 8 Oct. 1806 [bur. 15 Oct. 1806]

Mary HORTON, widow of John HORTON admitted.

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1776    Next Court 9 Nov. 1821]

also
for land, 2 acres, 2 roods, 14 perch to which John B. HORTON was admitted at Court 25 Oct. 1793, 
& to persons in his will 27 Oct. 1795.

Occup. Wm. CORNFORD & Wm. HAYWARD, now Richd. Fitch HORTON, abutting -
                          southwest - to highway Ashford/Willesborough
                          NW,NE, & SE - to gdn. of Robt. COOKE, now Wm. WALL
                          north west - to lands late Rchd. & Steph. GREENHILL, now Thos. ALLEN
                          north - to lands of Stephen ADES & wife Mary, late Mary GREENHILL, wid., 
                                                    called Great Goggle.
                          east - to lands prev. Geo. ROOKE, now Wm. JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [pt. 144]
[ Prev. Court 31 Dec. 1795


By indtre. 21 Dec. 1802 (1) John Bennett HORTON (2) son Rchd. Fitch HORTON (3) John WELLS 
(4) dau. Catherine WELLS (5) Rchd. GREENHILL & Isaac TOURNAY (marr. settlement)

John Bennett HORTON dec'd [bur. 24 Jan. 1806] without surrender to persons in his will, but will dated 
10 Dec. 1805 confirmed settlement.

Richard Fitch Horton admitted.

First proclamations of death of -
John HAFFENDEN, surgeon, prems.  [bur. 29 Mar 1808]                      rent 2d.                             [147]
see Court 25 May 1810

Mary PATTERSON, widow, prems.                                                     rent 2/6d                           [243]
see Court 25 May 1810

Geo. ROBINSON, gent., prems. [bur. 14 Mar 1807]                              rent 1/2d(halfpenny)           [pt.222]
see Court 25 May 1810

Geo. PHILPOT of Canterbury, gent., prems.                                        rent 6d.                             [pt.169]
See Court 26 Feb. 1810

Thos. JOHNSON, butcher prems. [bur. 9 Aug. 1808]                            rent 3d.                             [360] 


ALSO

At Court 28 March 1733, Edward HUNTER of Maidstone admitted, (as dev. of will of bro. Rchd. HUNTER) to 
land, part Kitchin Field, occup. Saml. SHEAFE.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/8d                        [190 ]

Land, with other lands, mess, & farm in Ashford & Willesboro', occup. by Wm. WALL, held by Rt. Hon EARL 
OF ROMNEY etc. as trustees of charity by indtre. 21/22 June 1736 between (1) Edw. HUNTER (2) Rev. Saml.
WELLER, Thos. NIGHTINGALE & Thos. BAYHOP (3) Rt. Hon. Robt. LORD ROMNEY, Sir Roger MEREDITH, Bt., Wm. HENDLEY, esq., & Wm. WALTER esq.

Edw. HUNTER being since dec'd. & no-one admitted tenant. Heirs called to appear.

[Next Court 2 Nov. 1813]

[trustees of almshouses in Maidstone - see Hasted IV pp 316 - 317


ALSO -
At Court 28 Mar 1722, Richd. ATKINS & John HORTON, churchwardens, & Potkin PEIRCE & John
BLECHYNDEN, overseers of the poor, & Robt. MASCALL, John FFRIEND, John JOHNSON, & Abraham
BARHAM, parishioners, were admitted ( on surrender of Stephen ATKINS & Wm. HILLS), to one small 
tenement, then & now called Bridewell, & gdn. 65 ft. x 20ft. abutting -
                          east - to highway
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to ten. then John REEVE, now Trustees of Baptist Mtg. Hse.
                          north - to mess. then Wm. GORHAM, now Eliz. BOYS [12]

All persons now dec'd. Churchwardens & Overseers to appear.


ALSO
Chas BRADLEY, druggist, held (admitted 26 Oct. 1805), with wife Elizabeth, mess. or ten. lately 
erected by Hy. STROUD on site of mess. prev. occup. by John WELLER, adjoining site where Old Fish 
Market stood.  Breadth on east 28 ft. length 44ft.  west 20 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [293]
occup. Charles BRADLEY 

Surrendered to Hy. STROUD, cordwainer, to secure 300 + interest.  Principal & interest now paid.
Chas. BRADLEY now admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 26 October 1805     Next Court 9 April 1832]

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Friday, 12 May 1809   
Lord Thos DAWES, esq. Steward Geo. Elw. JEMMETT

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Wm. WALL held 2 pces. land, 7 acres 1/2 rood. one called Poundfield, lying open to land called Short Tilton 
                                                                                                        Rent 13/2d

Land called Short Tilton 3 acres, 3 1/2 rood                                          Rent 7/6d

Land called Long Strake, 1 rood, lying open to Short Tilton.

Wm. WALL dec'd. since last Court - 1st proclamation.

Second proclamation for Churchwardens & overseers to appear.

Second proclamation for heirs of Edw. HUNTER, surgeon to appear.

Copyhold tenants in default amerced 1 sh.

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Monday 23 October 1809   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Anthony HILLS & Robt. THATCHER

Copyhold tenants in default amerced 6d.

Further proclamation for Edw. HUNTER & Churchwardens etc.

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Tuesday 31 October 1809   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

John READER, leather cutter, dec'd., held mess. or ten. with washhse. prev. occ. Margaret SCOTT, now 
Thos. MILLEN (with mess. adj. prev. of Saml. MUNN & Geo. JEMMETT, now Harman HOWLAND, 
(prev. one mess.) and gdn. spot on south side abutting -
                          north - to gutter & freehold mess. of READER
                          east - to gdn. & corn warehse. of Geo LEPINE, prev. PIKE, before GELLIBRAND
                          south - to St. Johns. Lane
with use, with Mary HOWLAND of yard on south side, John READER paying half cost of paving that yard, 
& supporting the fence (except small pce. of gdn. spot beginning 14in. within sth. corner of hse. of Thos. 
MILLEN to sth. and of gdn. 8 ft. 4 in. from cornerpost of building, (formerly Tallow Hse.) of Geo.LEPINE, 
on which corn warehouse wall has been built.

Also
gdn. ground with curriers shop, shed & privy built by READER, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Martha PARKIN now YATES & CARTWRIGHT 43 ft.
                          west - to land prev. Martha PARKIN now YATES & CARTWRIGHT  33 ft.
                          north - to land prev. Martha PARKIN now YATES & CARTWRIGHT  31 ft. 5in
                          south - to land prev. Martha PARKIN now YATES & CARTWRIGHT  26ft.

With use of necessary hse without [i.e. outside] the fence on north on land surrendered by HOWLAND to READER                                                                                           Rent 10d.                       [PT. 101?]

Also
stable (pt. of bldg. of READER) & grainery over, lately slaughterhse. of HOWLAND

Surrendered by HOWLAND to persons in his will 27 Oct. 1803. READER dec'd Nov. 1805 [bur. 24 Nov. 1805]. 
By will dated 28 Mar. 1805 prems. to wife Mary for life, with Rchd. GREENHILL, tanner, & John Thos. PACK,
grocer, as trustees for rest of estate.
Mary READER admitted 28 Oct. 1806

GREENHILL & PACK admitted, subject to life interest of Mary READER.

Mary READER surrenders moiety to Jas. DORMAN, currier.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.
Mary READER surrenders moiety to Mark DORMAN of Ashford, gent.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                        [pt. 101]
Both then surrender to persons in their wills. 

Jas. DORMAN then surrenders to GREENHILL & PACK, conditionally , either he or brother Mark DORMAN 
of Sandwich, currier, to pay 800 + 5% interest by 12 Oct. next.

Also
Mark DORMAN of Sandwich & wife Mary Ann surrender to GREENHILL & PACK moiety on same terms 
for 800 + 5% interest

[ Prev. Court                  Next Court ]

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Thursday 9 November 1809   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Thos. PAY of Brook, yeoman, admitted on surrender of John ELLIOTT, silversmith.
                                                                                                        Rent 10 sh.
By indtre 18 Apl. 1803 (1) John ELLIOTT (2) Hy. CREED, mercer, (3) Thos. PAY 
ELLIOTT advanced by PAY 300, & CREED 100. 
PAY now repaid in full & surrrenders to John ELLIOTT -
one shop, cellar & chamber over, called the Cage, 16ft x 13ft abutting -
                          south - to ten. Rev. Stephen GREENHILL
                          west & north - to High Street
                                                                                                        Rent 10 sh.                      [64]
Occup. Sarah COSTEKER, since Jas. ROBERTS, now John ELLIOTT

PAY admitted.


Also
- for chimney 10 ft. x 4ft. abutting -
                          south [should be north] - to shop of ELLIOTT
                          south & west - to shop of Stephen GREENHILL
                          east - to shop prev. John HOPE, now John ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [65]

Also
- for gdn. with stables, now workshop abutting -
                          south - to gdn. of Anth. HILLS 54 ft.
                          east - to gdn of Lewis WHITFELD
                          north - to gdn. of Wm. HAYWARD 34ft.
with way from Churchyard, length 58 1/2 ft., breadth 4 ft -> 5 3/4 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [66]
Occup. Sarah COSTEKER, since Jas. ROBERTS, now John ELLIOTT

Thos. PAY admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 14 April 1803    Next Court 13 June 1878 ]

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Monday 26 February 1810   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage : John ELLIOTT & Robt. THATCHER

Geo. PHILPOT of Canterbury, gent., held land abutting -
                          north - to yd. & prems. of Robt.,prev father Wm. BROWN 92 ft.
                          south & 82 ft.
                          east - to prems. ,prev. Bertram THORNE, now Philip BOGHURST 32 ft.
                          west - to Hempsted or Drum Lane 32 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [pt. 169]
Occup. Geo. now son Wm. PHILPOT 

Admitted, on surrender of THORNE & wife ANNE 15 Oct. 1796, & surrendered to persons in will at same Court.
PHILPOT has erected a suite of rooms used as a Dancing School.

By will 29 May 1803, prems. to wife Penelope, who is admitted & surrenders to persons in her will.

[ Prev. Court 15 Oct. 1796    Next Court 30 Oct. 1810]

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Wednesday 2 May 1810   
Same Lord & Jas. LESTER, dep. Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Hy. BISHOP of Ticehurst, Sx., clerk (by deed 14 Apl. 1810) - Bertram THORNE, esq., dec'd., held land (with
coachhse. & lodge on part, part used as roadway, part open to freehold gdn. of THORNE), east -> west 150 ft.
north -> south 119 ft.
Occup. Bertram THORNE & Francis NORWOOD, then Anne THORNE, widow of BT, & Sarah RICHARDS, widow.,
now Philip BOGHURST & Sarah RICHARDS abutting -
                          west - to copyhold land prev. B. THORNE, now Arthur APSLEY & land late THORNE
                                                    now Penelope PHILPOT, widow.
                          south - to land prev. orchard, prev. HERITAGE, since THORNE , now BOGHURST,
                                                    part fenced off & called Church Ffield Lane.
                          north - to gdn. of Robt., prev. Wm. BROWN, gdn. of John HOWLAND, prev. SHEPHERD, 
                                      before NEWRY, gdn. of Julius SHEPHERD, prev. NEWRY, & gdn. of Hy. MILLER, 
                                      late SHEPHERD, before NEWRY, & gdn. prev. THORNE, now Philip BOGHURST.
                          east - to lands prev. Dr. Isaac RUTTON, now Geo. E. JEMMETT, gent.
                                                                                                        Rent 1sh. [1/-]                  [pt. 169]

Will of THORNE, dated 19 July 1793, prems. to wife Ann for life, then to dau. Mary. 
Anne THORNE admitted 14 Apl. 1803
Indtre 9/10 Apl. 1807 (1) Ann THORNE & dau. Mary (2) Rev. Whitfeld CURTEIS, clerk, rector of Burwash, 
Sx. (3)Hy. BISHOP & Geo. ELLIOTT. Marriage settlement CURTEIS / THORNE. Mess. occup. THORNE &
NORWOOD, & land adj. with cott. occup. Geo. E. JEMMETT, to BISHOP & JEMMETT as trustees for sale.
Sold to Philip BOGHURST
Geo. E. JEMMETT attorney for surrender.

Philip BOGHURST admitted & surrenders to persons in his will

[ Prev. Court 10 Apl. 1776 & 14 Apl.    1803 Next Court     ]

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Friday 25 May 1810   Same Lord & Steward Geo E. JEMMETT

Homage:  Thos. ALLEN & Robt THATCHER

John HAFFENDEN, surgeon, dec'd., held land 1/2 rood, 5 perch abutting -
                          west - to land prev. John APSLEY, now Eliz. ROBINSON, wid.
                          north - to land of Wm. BALDOCK, called Back Lane
                          east - to land Stephen ATKINS, then GORSSE, now Edw. HONISS
                          south - to lands of HAFFENDEN & lands late John APSLEY, now John BROOK, gent.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [147]
Occup. John, now Thos. HAFFENDEN.

HAFFENDEN surrendered to persons in his will 23 Oct. 1789 [in reg. 29 Mar 1808, carried to Bethersden.]
JH lately dec'd [not buried in Ashford] & by will 10 Aug. 1798 & codicil, 16 Nov. 1807 property to bro. Chas.
HAFFENDEN & son Thos. H. as trustees.
If son Thos. wishes to purch. his mess. in which he lived in Ashford High St., he
should do so at a price agreed by 2 persons.

Charles HAFFENDEN admitted as dau? of John HAFFENDEN

Also
- Thos. HAFFENDEN, surgeon & apothecary, to purchase prems. for 45. & he is admitted & surrenders 
to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 23 Oct. 1789    Next Court 11 Feb. 1811]


ALSO -
Geo. ROBINSON, innholder, held land with bldgs. prev. part of timber yard, but since a gdn., length 
(E -> W) 58 ft. 3in, width 25 ft. 2 in., abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Steph. KEMSLEY, now Wm. BALDOCK
                          east - to land of John BROOK, prev. John APSLEY, part of timber yard.
                          south - to prems. late Geo. ROBINSON, before DROWLEY
                          west - to land of Thos. JOY
                                                                                                                                               [pt. 222]
Occup. Richd. DROWLEY, then Geo., now Eliz. ROBINSON, his widow.

Surrendered to persons in his will 13 July 1793 


Geo. ROBINSON dec'd., [bur. 14 Mar. 1807], & by will dated 19 Feb. 1805, prems. to wife Elizabeth for life, 
then dau. Catherine ROBINSON & Ann, wife of Francis ALLEGATE.

Elizabeth ROBINSON admitted.

[ Prev. Court. 13 July 1793    Next Court.      ]


Josias PATTERSON surrendered 17 Oct. 1777 (to persons in his will), land prev. cherry garden, (part now apples 
& cherries, balance gdn. & walled in) 2 acres.                                                                             [243]
prev. occup. John WOODWARD, late Jos. PATTERSON, abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. Alice MACE, wid., & Grace, wife of Thos. GELLIBRAND, 
                                                    clerk, now Robt. MASCALL
                          west - to lands called Brookfield of Jos. P. open to copyhold land, and walled gdn., [ roll torn ]
                          east - ......... Wm. WATERMAN
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d.

Intres. 3/4 April last betw. Jos. PATTERSON, Edw. DERING of Doddington, surgeon, & Wm. LOFTIE, ygr. of
Canterbury, surgeon - settlement for dau. of Jos. PATTERSON.
Jos. PATTERSON dec'd 12 March 1799, without issue [??
see below]
Mary PATTERSON, wid., admitted at Court 5 Apl. 1799, died 27 Aug. 1808.
Prop. to Ellen PATTERSON spin., one of the daus. & to Ellen JEMMETT,(wife of Wm. JEMMETT, esq., ), dau. 
& only surviving child of Mary MUNN of Ashford,wid., dec'd., the other dau. of Jos. PATTERSON . Ellen PATTERSON, dec'd. 7 July 1800, intestate.

Ellen JEMMETT admitted to both moieties.

[ Prev. Court 5 Apl. 1799    Next Court 14 May 1814]


ALSO

John FFRIEND of Hythe, brewer - fourth proclamation of death
Edw. HUNTER of Maidstone - second proclamation of death.

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Thursday 7 June 1810
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, esq., appts. John James PEIRCE of Canterbury, gent., as attorney, but he 
appts. Chas. SANDYS of Canterbury, gent., as his attorney.

Wm. BALDOCK has received 100 from John PEIRCE of Canterbury, brewer, for purch. of land or backside, 
prev. called orchard in Ashford, abutting - (prev. length 5 rods, breadth 2 1/2 rods)
                          north & east - to lands of Geo. WALTER, late John FFOOTE esq., late LORD OF MANOR, 
                                                    & to piece of land of Wm. BALDOCK called Little Tilton.
                          south - to yard of mess. called George Inn, late BALDOCK, now John PIERCE,
                          west - to lands prev. Thos. COLE now heirs of Geo. FFARBRACE
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [214]
Occup. Simon PEVERETT, now Wm. PILCHER


also
- moiety of land, prev. Stephen KEMSLEY (by measurement since surrender by Wm. BALDOCK to 
Wm. VARHAM, Hy. TOMSETT & Wm. CARRECK, parts of land 3 roods called Little Tilton), 2 roods, 
25 perch, occup. Simon PEVERET now Wm. PILCHER, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands prev. John FFOOTE, now Geo. WALTER
                          north - to mess. of Wm. CARRECK & bldgs of Wm. TOMSET [sic].
                          west - to King's highway, called Castle Lane, & prems of Wm. CARRECK, purch. of 
                                                    Wm. BALDOCK.
                          south - to mess. & lands late Thos. COLE, now dev. Ambrose REEVE, lands late heirs Geo.
                                BACK, now Richd. BARRETT, lands late heirs Rev. James Allen GORSSE, now dev. 
                                Edw. HONISS, dec'd., land late Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, now Thos. HAFFENDEN, 
                                lands late heirs Leo. APSLEY, now John BROOK, lands late heirs Thos. MATSON,
                                now Eliz. ROBINSON & Thos. Joy.
                                                                                                        Rent 7 1/2d                      [215]
and for other moiety of both pieces.

John PEIRCE admitted.

[ prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789      Next Court 14 July 1835

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Friday, 12 October 1810
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Robt. THATCHER & Anthony HILLS

Edw. HONISS dec'd., bricklayer, held land abutting -
                          north - to land of Wm. BALDOCK called Backlane 37' 6"
                          south - to freehold prems. of HONISS, prev. GORSSE 36'
                          west - to gdns. next described 60'6"
                          east - to bldgs. desc. below 60'6"
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [164]
Edw. HONISS has erected 2 cotts. on part, now occup. Thos. PIETY & Wm. WEAVER.

also
three, (prev. two) gdns. with necessary hse., now occup. Wm. NORLEY, Walter HIGGINS, Abraham
PUNNETT & [              ] WALLER, abutting -
                          north - to land of BALDOCK 38' 3"
                          south - to lands of John SCOTT in rt. of his wife, late HARRISON 35' 3"
                          west - to lands of HAFFENDEN
                          east - to lands desc. above 60' 6"
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                          [165]

also
bldgs. of Edw. HONISS, late occup. John PUNNETT & others but now [          ] COLLIER & others

also
for garden with stables (prev. barn), now converted to dwelling etc., late occup. [         ] POVER & others, 
now [       ] LONGWORTH, barber, Walter HIGGINS, & Mary GODFREY, abutting -
                          north - to land of Wm. BALDOCK 20' 6"
                          south - to bldgs. of Rchd. BARRETT, late BOSWORTH 20' 6"
                          west - to land first desc. above 60' 6"
                          west - to lands of Rchd. BARRETT 60' 6"
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [166]

Edw. HONISS dec'd., Oct. 1806 [bur. not in Ashford] & by will dated 23 Sep. 1806 [       ] land in Ashford,
Biddenden, Faversham, Godmersham, Smarden & Kingsnorth etc. to reputed son Wm. HONISS by Eliz.
PUNNETT, or, if he dec'd. to Wm. ALLEN, fellmonger, Lifford BOURNE, carpenter, & Thos. BOURNE, cordwainer.

Wm. ALLEN admitted as guardian to Wm. HONISS at Court 21 Oct. 1807.
Wm. HONISS dec'd, Mar 1810 [bur. not in Ashford] aged under 21.

Wm. ALLEN admitted to 1/3rd, at rents of 2d,4d,& 1 1/2d, 1/3rd of 1/2d [halfpenny] and surrenders to persons 
in his will.

ALSO
Lifford BOURNE to 1/3rd.

ALSO
Thos. BOURNE to 1/3rd

[ Prev. Court 21 Oct. 1807    Next Court 18 June 1813]

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Tuesday, 30 October 1810
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Robert THATCHER

Penelope PHILPOT of Canterbury, widow, surrenders to Jeremiah CHITTENDEN of St. Mary Bredin, Canterbury,
farmer.

land, with mess lately built, abutting -
                          north - to yard, late Robt. BROWN, before, his father Wm. BROWN, now John HOWLAND 
                                                    & Wm. CLARKE 92 ft.
                          east - to prems. Bertram THORNE, now Philip BOGHURST 32 ft.
                          south- to prems        - ditto -         , now Arthur APSLEY 82 ft.
                          west - to land called Hempsted or Drum Lane 32 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [169A]
Occup. prev. Geo. PHILPOT, dec'd., now his son Wm. PHILPOT


Jeremian CHITTENDEN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 26 Feb. 1810    Next Court 18 Dec. 1846 ]

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Saturday 3 November 1810
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Daniel COSTEKER of Sidmouth Street, St. Pancras, London, gent., appoints Philip BOGHURST, ygr., as 
attorney to surrender moiety of mess. & gdn. to Rchd. FURBY of Ashford, bricklayer, abutting -
                          east & south - to mess. of Geo. JEMMETT
                          west - to freehold mess. of John POPE, & land late Rchd. BAYLEY, now Geo. JEMMETT.
                          north - to highway
Occup. Thos. GELLIBRAND, then Mrs. [ ] WHITFELD, since Thos. FELLOWES, lately used by Messrs.
JEMMETT & son, attorneys.

Measurements prev. 4 rods 7ft. [73 ft. ] actual 40 ft. on north 4 rods 7 1/2ft [ 73 1/2 ft.] actual 71 1/2ft. on south
6 rods 12 1/2ft.[111 1/2ft.] actual 120ft. 2in. on east 111 ft. 6in on west.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [233]
Daniel COSTEKER admitted 2 Sep. 1806.
Richard FURLEY admitted, consid. 444 - 8 - 0d
Occup. late Messrs. JEMMETT & son. 

also
for consid of 200 for moiety to which COSTEKER admitted at Court 11 Apl. 1787, mess. or ten. prev. 
barn, abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Rchd. BAYLEY, now Geo JEMMETT 3 rods 4 1/2ft.
                          west - to highway & open to waste land. incl. gateway 6 rods 4 1/2ft.
                          east & south - to copyhold lands of Geo. JEMMETT east 6 1/2 rods
                          south 12 1/2 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [231]
late occup. Matthew BRIGHT, now Daniel FAIRBRASS.

also
for moiety to which COSTEKER admitted at Court 22 Sep. 1806, mess. etc. in Marsh Lane occup. 
Daniel FAIRBRASS.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.

[ Prev. Courts 11 Apl. 1787 & 22 Sep. 1806 ]


also
moiety of land with mess. sometime built to which COSTEKER admitted at Court 11 Apl. 1787, abutting -
                          north & east - to other lands of COSTEKER
                          west & south- to highway & waste
Length N -> S 39 ft., breadth at one end 6 in. , other 3ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [230]
Occup. Matthew BRIGHT, then Daniel FAIRBRASS.


also
for moiety to which COSTEKER admitted at Court 22 Sep. 1806.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.

Richard FURBY admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Courts 11 Apl. 1787 & 22 Sep. 1806

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