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Wednesday 6 February 1811    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Bertram THORNE, surgeon, admitted on surrender of Thos. COLE, at Court 21 Apl. 1762, to land being part of 
that previously called Bull Garden., abutting -
                          north - to land of Isaac RUTTON, Edw. HUSSEY, snr., Edw. NORWOOD, clerk, John Horton
                                                     TRITTON, & Master of the Free School 44ft. 4in
                          west - to way leading from yard of Thos. COLE, now Geo. FFARBRACE, late of Dover, dec'd., 
                                                    to the Back Lane (part of Churchfield) [139ft. 6in]
                          south - to Back Lane 38 ft. 2in.
                          east - to mess. then Leo APSLEY, now Mgt. Eliz. GOLD, wid., mess. of Thos. HAMMOND, 
                                                    now Rev. Chas. STODDART, lands then Eliz. ADCOCK, wid., now Rev. 
                                                    Chas. STODDART 147 ft.
With right of way over land to west to High Street.
Occup. Stephen BARRETT, now Chas. STODDART.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [40]
Bertram THORNE dec'd., 20 March 1803, heir only child Mary, now wife of Whitfeld CURTEIS , clerk, of
Burwash,Sussex.

Whitfeld CURTEIS and wife Mary admitted. 

Surrender then to Geo NORWOOD, clerk.

[ Prev. Court 21 Apl. 1762


ALSO
- Thos. HAFFENDEN, surgeon, sells & surrenders to John APSLEY, carpenter, for consid. 63, land 
on greater part of which John APSLEY has erected a carpenter's shop, 4 3/4 rods, abutting -
                          north - to back lane or land of Wm. BALDOCK 23ft.
                          west - to lands of John BROOK, gent. 60ft. 8in.
                          south - to yard behind mess. of John APSLEY, occ. Thos. STARTUP & mess. of 
                                                    Wm. RABETT 26ft. 4in.
                          east - to other land of Thos. HAFFENDEN, not being surrendered 60ft. 8in.
                                                                                                                                               [147A]
Thos. HAFFENDEN admitted at Court 25 May 1810

John APSLEY admitted at rent of 1d., and surrenders to persons in his will


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Thursday 28 February 1811   
Same Lord & Steward

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

John Donne COLLINS of Ingestone, Herefordshire, esq., appts. Geo NORWOOD, clerk
& John NORWOOD, gent., as attorneys.

John DONNE, late of Bath, surgeon, held 2 acres meadow called South Mead in psh. Kennington, abutting -
                          southeast - to place called Practistile, in corner of meadow
                          west & north - to freehold lands prev. John DONNE, now Ffrancis NORWOOD
                          east & south - to river Stour
                                                                                                        Rent 9/4d                         [106]
& Rowen of South Mead, occup. Wm. HORTON

Will [see prev. Court] - after death of wife Mary, lands to nephew Wm. COLLINS of Triago, Hereford, for life, 
then to his heirs.
Mary DONNE dec'd [ date blank ]
No heirs of Wm. & [ sister ] COLLINS - prop. to nephew John Donne COLLINS of Gillow, Heref. gent.

John Donne COLLINS admitted, & then surrenders to Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon, to secure common recovery.

Weller NORWOOD appears against Wm. WHITFELD, but does not re-appear when called etc.

John Donne COLLINS confirmed, then surrenders to Francis WHITFELD ( to whom prems. sold for 140) & 
then to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 17 Mar 1793    Next Court 20 October 1824]

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Monday 6 May 1811   
Same Lord & Jas. TAPPENDEN, Deputy Steward

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

Surrender by Geo. JEMMETT & Thos. RUTTON of Copyhold land 6a, formerly pt. of Hempstead Wood, abutting -
                          north - land called Nineteen Acres, also surrendered to ALLEN
                          west - land called Nineteen Acres, also surrendered to ALLEN
                          east - lands of ALLEN, late RUTTON, & to Bull Meadow
                          south - meadow of EARL OF THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                           [284]
late occup. Samuel FLINT, now ALLEN

Wm. ALLEN admitted.

[ Prev. Court 13 November 1799    Next Court 28 Feb. 1815 ]


G.E. JEMMETT & Thos RUTTON, late of St. Martin in Fields, now Ospringe Place, esq., Premises sold for 
1,799 1/2 (subject to Mortgage to Eliz. COBB for 1200 + 5%, to Wm ALLEN, draper, for land, with barn 
10 acres,( whole field called Ten Acres, but now found to be 11 acres.), 1/2 acre sold for Barrack land.
Occup. prev. Saml. FLINT, now Wm. ALLEN, abutting -
                          east - to land, late RUTTON, now ALLEN, called Orchard
                          west - to Six Acres, (below)
                          north - to Barrack ground, Goods Garden, belonging to Psh. Church, lands of Thos. JOY & 
                                                    lands of Dr. WILMOT
                          south - to lands prev. RUTTON, now Stephen TOURNAY, gent., & Wm. ALLEN
(part of 17/4)                                                                                      Rent 16/4d                       [288A]

[ Prev. Courts 16 Oct 1801 & 22 Sep. 1804 (division)


also
for 2 pcs. land prev. part of Hempstead Wood, 11 acres, recently divided into 3 fields, one called Barrow 
Hill Barn , Pasture 6 - 1 - 17, another First Ram Field 2 - 3 - 5 & Second Ram Field 3 acres, whole abutting -
                          east - to Ten Acres (above) & land of Stephen TOURNAY
                          west - to freehold land of RUTTON
                          south - to Nineteen Acres (below)
                          north - to Barrack Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d                       [287]
Occup. Isaac RUTTON, then Saml. FLINT, now Wm. ALLEN

[ Prev. Court 13 Nov. 1799


also
land, 14 acres at Hempstead, called (with other lands) Nineteen Acres abutting -
                          west - [?north] to 1st & 2nd Ram Fields
                          south - to other part of Nineteen Acres
                          east - to lands of Allen & Tournay
                          west - to Muckhouse Field of RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d                        [290]
[ Prev. Court 13 Nov. 1799    Next Court 16 Feb. 1815 ]


also land 6 acres, prev. pt. of Hempstead Wood
                          north & west - to Nineteen Acres
                          east - to land prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN & Bull Meadow
                          south - to meadow of EARL OF THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                           [284]
Occup. as above 

Wm. ALLEN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 13 Nov. 1799

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Wednesday 15 May 1811  
Thos. DAWES & G.E. JEMMETT, steward.

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Philip BOGHURST as attorney for Thos. MOUNT, Stephen TOMS, John TOMS of Southwark, grocer, & Jas.
ESDAILE of Cheapside, grocer, as assignees of Thos. PAYNE, grocer, a bankrupt. Thos. PAYNE & wife 
Sarah surrender premises, now occup. John WORGER.
By indtres 3/4 Jan. 1803 betw. (1) Thos. PAYNE & trustee Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon, & (2) G.E. JEMMETT, 
being mortgage of lands at 5%, and by indtres [ - - - -] 1803, betw. (1) Thos PAYNE (2) Mary PAYNE, spinster,
now of Willesboro' (3) G.E. JEMMETT to secure 500 plus 5%. 1030 then due to G.E. GEMMETT.

Indtre. of sale enrolled in Chancery 9 Mar 1805 betw. Jeremiah CURTEIS, esq., Rchd. MOUNT & Weller
NORWOOD, & by Comm. of Bankruptcy.

By indtres. 4/5 February last (1811) betw. (1) G.E. JEMMETT (2) Mary PAYNE, (3) Thos. MOUNT etc. (4) Thos. 
& Sarah PAYNE (5) John WORGER & Wm. JEMMETT ygr. (as trustee).
Sale to WORGER for 1,448

Land & mess. prev. called "Bell" abutting -
                          west - to lands prv. Wm. BOORMAN, now Geo. LEPINE 11ft.
                          east - to passage leading from St. John's Lane to mess. of PAYNE 14ft. 6in.
                          south - to Protestant Meeting Hse. 23 ft.
                          north - to mess. of PAYNE 23 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [155]
Occup. Geo WALTER, then Thos. PAYNE, now John WORGER

also:
land with warehouse, wood, & necessary hse etc. abutting -
                          east - to backside of Martha PARKIN, now Saml. YATES
                          west - to passage
                          north - to mess. & backside -ditto-
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                       [156]
Occup. as above 

[ Prev. Court 17 Apl. 1800,    next Court 17 Sep. 1833]


also
land near St. John's Lane, abutting -
                          west - to gdn. late John BACK, now Harry HOWLAND 88ft. 9in
                          south - to lands of Vicar 38ft. 3in
                          east - - ditto - & land prev. Martha PARKIN, now. Saml. YATES & gdn. ate John READER 
                                                    now Jas. DORMAN 57ft. 9in
                          north - to gdn. of Jas. DORMAN 26ft.
& land with stable, lately built, abutting -
                          east - to stable of Harry HOWLAND, occup. Felix FAGG 26ft.
                          west - ground of Harry HOWLAND 29ft.
                          north - St. John's Lane 14ft.
                          south - 14ft.
land, part of woodstock, yard & gdn. surrendered by Edward PIKE to John BACK & Jas. READER at rent of 1/10d.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [101]
Sale of prems. to WORGER at rents of 1d., & 4 1/2d for 448.

John WORGER admitted & surrenders to John SUTTON of Nonnington [sic], yeoman, to secure 850 + 
interest 5%.

[ Prev. Court 21 Aug 1792 (101) & 17 Apl.1800    Next Court 17 Sep. 1833]

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[              ] 17 June 1811   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Copyhold tenants not appearing amerced 12d. each.

Henry CREED, mercer & draper, held mess. or ten. prev. Butcher's Shop, 13 ft.10 in x 14 ft. 4in abutting -
                          east - to mess. of HERITAGE, GORSSE & ADCOCK
                          west - to other pt. of Butcher's Shop, prev. Jas. BATE then Deb. ELSE
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to mess. prev. Bridget DUNK, then Jos. VIRRILL
                                                              [ prev. rent 3/8d + 183 4/- = ] Rent 7/8d                        [114 + 183]

also
mess. 11 ft. 6 1/2 in. x 14ft. 4in abutting -
                          east - to prems. above
                          north - to Butchery
                          west - to land where mess. formerly stood.
                          south - to mess. of John VIRRILL
                                                                 [ prev. rent 1/- + 185 8/- = ] Rent 9/-                           [115 + 185 ]

also mess. or ten. near Butchery, 33 ft. 4in x 12 ft. 5 in abutting -
                          north - to mess. of Deb. ELSE, & lands on which mess. formerly stood
                          west - to waste of Manor leading from Butchery to Church
                          south - to lane
                                                                                                        Rent 4/8d                         [330]
Occup. Thos. AUSTEN, then Wm. PHILIPS 

also
land where mess. formerly stood E -> W 12ft., abutting -
                          west - to waste, prev. shop of Robt. COWTON 5ft.
                          north - to Butchery
                          east - to mess of Deborah ELSE
                          south - to mess. desc. above
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [331]
Occup. Thos. AUSTEN 

Hy. CREED demolished first two mess. prev. Deborah ELSE, & on site & upon land last desc. & laid to 
prems. desc. as late Jos. VIRRILL, a mess. or ten. converted to 3 dwellings, now occup. Joseph SOLLY, 
John LEEDS & Norman TOOKEY.

Sale by Hy. CREED for 150

Hy. CREED & wife Martha surrender to Hy. SOLLY, mess. occup. by him on south side of High Street. On 
north side 13 ft. 4 in., on east end 14 ft. 4in, abutting -
                          east - to mess. prev. HERITAGE etc.
                          west - to prems. below
                          north - to site of shambles, now street
                          south - to other part of mess. of Hy. SOLLY, prev. Jos. VIRRILL
                                                                                                        Rent 7/8d                         [114 + 183]

Henry SOLLY admitted. 

[Prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789

also
surrender to Hy. SOLLY, late of Faversham, now Ashford, cordwainer, kitchin & back part of above 
prems. prev. VIRRILL on south 12 ft. 8in. S -> N 12ft. 5in abutting -
                          north - to mess. prev. Deborah ELSE, late Hy. CREED, surrendered to Hy. SOLLY, being 
                                                    front part of premises
                          west - to residue of mess. prev. VIRRILL
                          south - to common lane
                          east - to mess. of Rchd. HAMMON, prev. HERITAGE etc.
Rent (with residue of prems. late VIRRILL)                                          4/8d.                                 [pt. 330]

Hy. SOLLY admitted at rent of 1/6d ( part of 4/8d) & surrenders to persons in his will. [becomes 41 High Street]

[ Prev. Court 15 Apl. 1789    Next Court 11 Jan 1826]

ALSO
- Eliz. COBB of Faversham, spinster, surrendered 25 May last (out of Court) with G.E. JEMMETT & 
Thos. RUTTON land, 3 acres at Barrowhill, occup. prev. Saml. FLINT, then Wm. PILCHER, one time Erasmus
ELMSTONE'S, then John NOWERS, & called Jackhare's Croft, abutting -
                          north or northwest - to turnpike road
                          north or northeast - to lands of ALLEN, prev. RUTTON
                          west - to lands of PILCHER, prev. RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [292]
Admitted at Court 13 Nov. 1799

to use of Wm. PILCHER, victualler 

Mortgaged for 1200 + interest, but other lands ample security.

Wm. PILCHER admitted

[ Prev. Court 13 Nov. 1799    Next Court 27 Nov. 1811

                                                                                                                                          319 M15

ALSO  Wm. VARHAM, gent., dec'd., [ ] held ground, west part of Little Tilton abutting -
                          north - to land of LORD OF MANOR
                          west - to land prev. Thos. COLE, now heirs of Geo. FARBRACE 22 1/2 ft.
                          south - to gdn. of wife Eliz. VARHAM 86 1/2 ft.
                          east - [should be Catherine nee BLUNDELL prev. wife of John TRITTON ] 20 1/2 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                      [215B]
Admitted at Court 19 Apl. 1797 

Wm. VARHAM dec'd 8 Jan. 1810

By will 21 Feb. 1809, all prop. to wife Catherine, prop. in which he lives etc., who is admitted & surrenders to
persons in her will. [ Wm. VARHAM widower, married Cath. TRITTON, widow, 25 Nov. 1795]

[ Prev. Court 19 Apl. 1797    Next Court 15 May 1812]

ALSO  Felix FAGG, dec'd 24 Nov. 1810 held land (admitted 20 Oct. 1799).
First proclamation of death - land seized by Bailiff, Edw. LURCOCK
                                                                                                                                               [136 & 137]

ALSO - Wm. WATERMAN, dec'd 6 Nov. 1809, held moiety of land called Great & Little Cow Leeze, prev. 
Cow Leese, 9 - 3 - 13p (admitted 20 Oct. 1786).
Occup. John DUNK, then John BOURNE, since Wm. WATERMAN abutting -
                          east - to river Stour
                          south - to lands prev. Wm. AUSTEN, then Wm. WATERMAN
                          west - to lands prev. Jos. MACE, now Robt. MASCALL
                          north - to Glebe lands
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [96]
Seized by Bailiffs, as above.

[ Prev. Court          Next Court 5Nov. 1812]


ALSO - John PART, sexton, dec'd, held (conditionally to Thos. HIGHWOOD) mess. & land abutting west to 
ten. prev. Wm. STROUD, now Jas. BARNS.
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [159]
Occup. Eliz PIERCE, wid.,then John PART, now Jane, his widow. 

Moiety to widow & other son Jude, 12 yrs. old.

Jane & Jude admitted, subject to conditonal surrender by Thos. WHITEWOOD [sic] for 150 + interest


ALSO - Thos. JOHNSON, butcher, dec'd, held land (now with a brewhouse) 
Occup. John SAMSON, then Thos. JOHNSON, now Jas. HAMILTON
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [360]
Thos. J. dec'd 6 Aug. 1808
Heirs wife Susannah & dau. Mary Ann, now 20yrs., admitted.

[ Prev. Court 3 Dec. 1800     Next Court 5 Nov. 1812]

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4 August 1811   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

NOTICE
by Saml. YATES, elder, late of Ashford, porter merchant, now of Bredger, gent., appt. Geo WALTER,
 innholder & Wm. HAYWARD,butcher, as attorneys to receive land on surrender of Geo. Wm. CARTWRIGHT,
ygr., of Ashford, brewer.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                    [347]
Occup. Geo PATEY, then Martha PARKIN, since Saml. YATES & G.W. CARTWRIGHT, now John Ellis WOOD


also : land abutting west to lands now Mark & Jas. DORMAN, (prev. DREWRY) Now occup. John Ellis WOOD
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                         [348]

Saml. YATES admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will & conditionally to Hy. WRIGHT of Middle Temple 
for 750 + interest.

[ Prev. Court 14 Jan 1807     Next Court 17 Jan 1814]

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Wednesday 27 November 1811   
Same Lord & Steward

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

Eliz. COBB of Faversham, spin., G.E.JEMMETT & Thos. RUTTON of Ospringe Place surrendered out of Court 
on 25 May 1811 ( before Jas. TAPPENDEN, apptd. Deputy Steward) 3 acres land at Barrowhill, occup. prev. 
Saml. FLINT, then Wm. PILCHER, prev. estate of Erasmus ELMESTONE, then John NOWERS, called 
Jackhare's Croft, abutting -
                          north or north west - to turnpike
                          north or north east - to lands prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN
                          west or south west - to lands prev. RUTTON, now PILCHER
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [292]
Eliz. COBB admitted 13 Nov. 1799 

Surrendered to Wm. PILCHER, victualler, 17 June 1811, who is now admitted and surrenders to persons in his will.

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Thursday 28 November 1811   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Robt. THATCHER

Rchd. FURBEY of Ashford, bricklayer, held moiety of mess. lately rebuilt & coverted into several dwellings.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [ 233]
Now occup. Robt. HOUGHTON & others.

Rchd. FURBEY dec'd [ ] Jan. 1811. Prems. to widow Sarah & son Thos. Adnot FURBEY, aged 3 yrs.

But John VINCER of Mersham, bricklayer, says prems. were purch. by FURBY & him jointly.

                                                                                                                                  Also for 230 & 231
[ Prev..Court 3 Nov 1810    Next Court 11 Apl. 1831]

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10 December 1811    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Robt. THATCHER

Lands of Wm. WALL to son James [200 - 201 - 202 ]                                                                  [321]
[ see page 1] & [ 94 - 95 - 96 ]

[ Prev. Court 17 Apl. 1800    Next Court 23 Dec. 1852 ]

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20 January 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN , Robt. THATCHER

Land etc. [136, 137, & 91] to Chas. FAGG of Hythe, surgeon, only son of Felix FAGG, who died intestate 
24 Nov. 1810.

[ Prev. Court 20 Oct. 1779 & 8 Oct. 1791 (91   Next Court 27 Oct. 1812]

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24 January 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Harry HOWLAND, now of St. Clements, Ipswich, butcher, surrenders [101A & 102] to Jas. DORMAN & 
Mark DORMAN, curriers of Ashford, consid. 250.

Eliz. DORMAN, wid. of Dartford, admitted conditionally to secure 500 + interest.

[Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1803

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Saturday 15 May 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Robt. THATCHER

Wm. BALDOCK of Canterbury, esq., appts. Wm. HAYWARD, butcher & Wm. FLINT, watchmaker, both of
Ashford, as attorneys.

Land, 19 3/4 perch, sold to Wm. TOMSETT, yeoman of Ashford, 75, abutting -
                          west- to land of Cath. VAHAN [? VARHAM],wid., prev. Wm. BALDOCK 85ft.
                          east - to land of Wm. CARRICK, prev. Wm. BALDOCK 83 ft. 6in.
                          north - to land now Geo WALTER, prev. John FOOTE,Lord of Manor 61 ft. 8in.
                          south - to land of Wm. TOMSETT, prev. Wm. BALDOCK
                                                                                                        Rent 1 1/2d (part of 1/3d)  [pt. 215]
Part of Little Tilton. BALDOCK admitted 15 Apl. 1789

Occup. Wm. TOMSETT 

Repeated for other moiety, and then surrendered to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 24 Jan. 1798    Next Court 13 Apl. 1815]


ALSO
- Catherine VAHAN [?VARHAM] wid., of Ashford sells for 50 to Thos. NICKOLLS of Ashford, draper : 
land at west end of Little Tilton, abutting -
                          west - to lands of heirs of Geo FARBRACE, prev. John COLE 22ft. 6in.
                          east - 20 ft. 6in
                          south - to freehold land sold to NICKOLLS by VAHAN 87 ft. 6in.
                          north - to lands of Geo. WALTER, prev. John FOOTE
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [215c]
Thos. NICKOLLS admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ prev. Court 17 June 1811 Next Court 23 Dec. 1823]

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Wednesday 20 May 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Robt. THATCHER & Anthony HILLS

Wm. WATERMAN held moiety of land called Gt. Cow Leeze & Little Cow Leeze, 9 - 3 - 13p (admitted 
20 Oct. 1786)
Occup. John DUNK, then John BOURN, then Wm. WATERMAN, now his son Henry, abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          south - to other land of WATERMAN
                          west - to other lands prev. Jos. MACE, now Robt. MASCALL, esq.
                          north - to Parsonage Glebe
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [96]
Wm. WATERMAN dec'd 7 Nov. 1809. By will dated 20 March 1804, property to wife for life, then 
to sons Henry & William.

Henry WATERMAN admitted to moiety @ 2/- 
Wm. WATERMAN -ditto - @ 2/-

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Saturday 11 July 1812    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Robt. THATCHER

Lewis WHITFELD, prev. tanner of Ashford, now of Lewes,Sx., banker, Sale for 370 to Peter RABSON of 
Ashford, shopkeeper, of mess.,barn etc. used as a currier's shop, but now as a slaughterhouse & pound., 
abutting -
                          east - to footway Beaver to Church 112ft 6in.
                          south - to Churchfield 31ft 2in.
                          north - to Churchyard 25ft.
                          west - to gdns. of Jas. COSTEKER, now Anth. HILLS & John BAKER, etc. now John ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [346]
Occup. Thos. HERITAGE, then Odiarne WILKES & John SAMPSON (currier), then WILKES & 
Jas. HICKMOT, butcher.

WHITFELD admitted 6 Apl. 1774 

Peter RABSON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ last Court 6 Apl. 1774    Next Court 26 Aug. 1823.]

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Wednesday 21 October 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & Robt. THATCHER

Arthur APSLEY, prev. of Ashford, carpenter, now of Boughton under Blean, miller, surrendered 8 Apl. 1797
(conditionally) to Eliz. SCOT, now wife of John SUTTON, linen draper, to secure 300 + 5% interest, mess. 
or ten. abutting -
                          west - to corn market 24ft.
                          east - to 2 tens. prev. Isaac MATTHEWS, widower, then Wm. MATE, 22ft. 2in.
                          then Hy. STROUD, now Jas. BARNES
                          south - to lane to Church
                          north - to land Corn Market to Butchery Row.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d.                          [296]
Occup. Messrs. LITTLE & CRANSTONE, then Messrs. BARNARD & BULL, now empty. 

Then surrendered at Court 18 Oct. 1804 to Wm. IGGULDEN of Egerton, yeoman, on same conditions.

Debt. now paid in full, & reverts to APSLEY, who then surrenders to persons in his will. 

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1804    Next Court 17 Feb. 1819]

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Tuesday, 27 October 1812
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Eliz., widow of Felix FAGG, (who died intestate) & Chas. FAGG, surgeon & apothecary of Hythe (son & 
heir of Felix) & his wife Ann sell for 250 to Joseph SKINNER of Ashford, draper, land with bldgs. abutting -
                          north - to copyhold gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 18ft. 10in.
                          west - to land of Saml. YATES 75ft. 8in.
                          east - to other part of gdn. of FAGG 86ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                           [136]
Occup. Justinian BUTCHER, then Thos. BONNER, then Chas. then Felix FAGG, now Eliz. FAGG.
Chas. FAGG admitted 20 Jan 1812 to moiety

Joseph SKINNER admitted, & to moiety surrendered by Eliz. FAGG.

also -
land 32 1/2ft. in length, abutting -
                          west - to gdn. above [Baptists] 32 1/2 ft.
                          east - to land of Trustees of Congregational Church 32 1/2 ft.
                          north - to gutter 8ft. 11in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 8ft. 11in
with way, 62ft. long, to St. John's Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                           [137]
Occup. FAGG, as above 

Joseph SKINNER admitted.

[ Prev. Court 10 Dec. 1811    Next Court 25 Feb. 1834]


also
- stable built by Felix FAGG on site of dwelling hse., occup. Thos. LEEDS, formerly a barn, on 
3 perch 7ft. 6in., abutting -
                          north - to gdn. prev. Sarah WHITFELD,spin., now Geo. WITHERDEN, and to gdn. prev. 
                                                    Thos. CROMWELL, now BROADY, Baptist teacher, prev. lands 
                                                    of John HANTRY, gent., 1 rod, 10ft. 6in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane, 1 rod, 16ft. 4in.
                          west - to passage of Thos. CROMWELL, now Wm. BROADY, 29ft.
                          east - to passage of Sarah WHITFELD, now Geo. WITHERDEN 26ft. 4in.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [91]
With passage to highway, at Court Gate, beyond lands of LORD OF MANOR, prev. occup. 
Thos. LEEDS, now Eliz. FAGG.

Joseph SKINNER admitted, and then surrenders to persons in his will.

ALSO
Jos. SKINNER & wife Sarah then surrender to Frances & Eliz. FAGG, spinsters, (daus. of Felix) 
to secure 500 + 5% interest [91]

[ Prev. Court 20 Jan. 1812    Next Court 5 Feb. 1834 (136 & 137) & 6 Nov. 1851]

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Thursday 5 November 1812   
Same Lord & Steward

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

Thos. JOHNSON of Ashford, butcher, dec'd., held land (now gdn. & close), with brewhse., now 
slaughterhouse abutting -
                          north - to copyhold gutter
                          west - to land of Baptist Meeting House
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to lands of Geo. WITHERDEN
                                                                                                                                               [360]
Occup. Thos. JOHNSON, now James HAMILTON 

[ Prev. Court 17 June 1811

JOHNSON dec'd intestate 6 Aug. 1808, widow Susannah & Mary Ann JOHNSON, his only child, an infant, 
17 yrs.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [360]
Sale for 50 to Jas. HAMILTON, butcher , who is admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev Court 17 June 1811 Next Court 17 Jan. 1821]


ALSO
- On 5 June, 1812 (out of Court) Wm. WATERMAN of Tenterden, gent., & wife Elizabeth
surrendered moiety of Cow Leeze to Henry WATERMAN.
Henry WATERMAN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [96]

ALSO
- Chas. STODDART, clerk, dec'd., held land with mess. abutting -
                          west 54 ft.
                          east - to footway Churchyard to Beaver 55ft. 6 in.
                          south - to lands prev. John APSLEY, now Eliz. GOLD 27 ft.
                          west - to land of STODDART as Grammar School master
                          north - to house late STODDART, now Joseph JENNINGS
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [207]
Occup. by Edw. WILDBOAR, now Thos. EDNEY 

Surrendered to persons in will 24 Sep. 1787. STODDART dec'd. 29 May 1812, by will dated 28 Oct. 1811 
property to son Chas. STODDART, rector of Shadoxhurst.

Chas. STODDART, junr. admitted.

[ Prev. Court 4 Sep. 1797 Next Court 22 Apl.1815]


ALSO
- John FRIEND, dec'd, late of Hythe, brewer, was ten. of moiety of mess. & land 12 rods and 2 3/4 rods 
in breadth, in Ashford, abutting -
                          north & east - to lands of dev. of Chas. BAKER
                          west - to Pelhill Lane
                          south - to High Street [East Hill]
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [132]
Occup. John CARLING, now Wm. ELLIOTT. 

John FRIEND died intestate. No claimant after 3 proclamations, and prop. seized by Lord at Court 12 Oct. 1810.

Wm. ELLIOTT produces indtres. 10/11 Oct. 1803 (1) Hy. & Wm. MACKESON of Hythe, brewers (2) Hy.
MACKESON & Jas. OLIVER of Wye, grazier (3) Wm. ELLIOTT (4) Ingram HAMMON. Prop. sold to ELLIOTT,
consid. 500.

Wm. ELLIOTT admitted & also for other moiety 

[ Prev. Court 25 Mar. 1761 Next Court 9 Nov. 1821 ]


also
- for moiety of Pelhill lane, length 10 rods, breadth 12 feet, from Hams Corner and leading to lands of 
Robt. MASCALL.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [133]
Occup. as above 

Wm. ELLIOTT admitted to both moieties. 

Wm. ELLIOTT then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 25 March 1761 Next Court 9 Nov. 1821 ]

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Wednesday 28 April 1813    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS, John ELLIOTT

Indtre : John TONGE of Sittingbourne, draper, & Wm. TONGE of Morants Court in Chevening, farmer, as heirs 
of Lewis WHITFELD, appt. Wm. Brett WHITFELD, clerk, of St. Johns College, Cambridge, as attorney.
Lewis WHITFELD, late of Lewes, banker, prev. of Ashford, wine merchant.
By will 20 Dec. 1803, prop. to wife Mary for life, trustees Francis WHITFELD, Wm. Brett WHITFELD, & John 
& Wm. TONGE.

Lewis WHITFELD held 6 (prev. 5) pcs. land, 34 acres at Beaver. 2 pces. called Langhams, 2 pces. the Brooks, 
1 Six Acres, & other Shaffradge, abutting -
                          south - to land prev. John GRANT, now Mrs.[sic] Grace WHITFELD
                          west - to lands late Isaac RUTTON, since Lewis WHITFELD, to lands prev. John ASHERST,
                                                    clerk, now Thos. QUIHAMPTON, & other lands
                          north - to land called Pellacres.
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 4 - 4d                 [281]
Occup. Thos HENLEY, then Saml. FLINT, then Lewis WHITFELD, now Barling SHARP. 

WHITFELD admitted 16 May 1796, and died 16 September 1812. By will 20 Dec. 1803, prop. to trustees as 
above Francis WHITFELD dec'd before Lewis.

Wm. Brett WHITFELD. John & Wm. TONGE admitted.

[ Prev. Court 16 May 1796    Next Court 26 June 1835]


also
- for land & barn converted to coach hse. & stables, 1 rood, abutting -
                          north - to lands of WHITFELD, prev. Robt. MASCALL & to lands of William JEMMETT
                          south, east & west - to lands below.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [344]
Occup. John WATERMAN, then Lewis, now Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon.

[ Prev. Court 19 April 1797


also
- land 3 - 35p, part walled garden & pt. summer hse., abutting -
                          north - to freehold land of Lewis WHITFELD
                          east - to land of Robt. MASCALL, prev. Lewis WHITFELD
                          south - to land below
                          west - to land above
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d                         [pt. 345]
Occup. as above

[ Prev. Court 19 October 1792


also
-
land 1 1/2 acres abutting -
                          west - to gdn. of Rchd. Fitch HORTON, belonging to "Red Lion", gdn. of Anthony INGLES, 
                                            and garden of [Mary] WHITFELD, widow, and of Geo. KNOTT, before GORSSE
                          north - to land above
                          south - to lands of Mary HORTON & gdns. of Thos. DOWSEY, Felix BOURNE, 
                                                    Edw. FIELD, John Henry SMITH & others.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                           [76]

Devisees to appear.

[ Prev. Court 28 Dec. 1780    Next Court 2 Nov. 1813

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Friday 1st June 1813    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Wm. ALLEN, draper, surrenders on division of estates of Edw. HONISS, without any consid.

Wm. ALLEN & wife Mary surrender to Lifford BOURNE, 1/3rd part of Land. Breadth on north ( to lands prev. 
Wm. BALDOCK, now John PIERCE called Back Lane), 37ft. 6in., on which two ten. occup. [Thos.] PIETY 
& [ Wm.] WEAVER now built. Breadth on south ( to freehold mess. prev. Rev. Herbert RANDOLPH, now 
Lifford BOURNE), 36 ft.
                          to west - to gdns. of Lifford BOURNE, Thos. BOURNE & Wm. ALLEN 60ft. 6in.
                          to east - also -ditto - 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d [1/3rd of 6d]         [164]
Wm. ALLEN admitted 12 Oct. 1810

Lifford BOURNE admitted.

also
- for 3 (prev. 2) gdns. abutting -
                          north - to land prev. BALDOCK, now PIERCE 38ft. 3in
                          south - to land of heirs of Benj. HARRISON, prev. MARSH 35ft. 3in.
                          west - to land prev. John HAFFENDEN, surgeon, before Stephen GREENHILL, clerk, 
                                                    now Thos. HAFFENDEN, surgeon.
                          east - to lands of L & J BOURNE & Wm. ALLEN 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d. [1/3rd of 1/-]        [165]
Occup. Wm. NORLEY, Widow GODFREY & [ ] HAMBROOK

Lifford BOURNE admitted.

also
- for gdn. & stables, etc. lately converted to Huts or dwellings. Houses occup. Walter HIGGINS, 
[         ] HAMBROOK & [          ] SKINNER, abutting -
                          north - to lands prev. BALDOCK, now PIERCE ( back lane) 20ft. 6 in.
                          south - to stables etc. of Rchd. BARRETT, late BOSWORTH 20ft. 6 in.
                          east - to lands - ditto - 60ft. 6 in.
                                                                                                        Rent 1 2/3d. [1/3rd of 5d.]  [166]

Repeat of above for Thos. BOURNE to surrender to Lifford BOURNE [who thereby acquires whole]

Lifford Bourne admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ prev. Court 12 Oct. 1810,    next Court 9 Nov. 1821]

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Wednesday 2 November 1813   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Indtre. by Mary WHITFELD, widow of Lewis, appt. John Jas. BOND & Wm. FLINT, watchmaker, as attorneys.

Mary WHITFELD, widow, admitted to lands as at Court 28 April 1813, 
                                                                                                  at rents 6d., 1/6d & 10d. [ 344, pt.345, 76 ]
[Prev. Court 28 Apr. 1813    Next Court 30 Aug. 1827]

ALSO
- CHAS, EARL OF ROMNEY, appts. Jas. WALL esq., & Chas. STODDART, jun., clerk,
of Shadoxhurst, as attorneys.

Edw. HUNTER, surgeon, of Maidstone, was ten. of land, part of kitchin field in Ashford, occup. Saml. 
SHEAFE. HUNTER admitted 28 March 1733
                                                                                                        Rent 5/8d.                       [190]

Land surrendered to LORD OF MANOR 1810.

Recital of changes as trustees of whole farm, 55 acres, balance in Willesborough.

EARL OF ROMNEY admitted. Now occup. Jas, WALL

[ Prev. Court 31 Oct. 1808    Next Court 25 Aug. 1868 ]


Rchd. ATKINS & John HORTON, (churchwardens ), Potkin PEARCE & John BLECHYNDEN (overseers 
of the Poor), Robt. MASCALL, John FRIEND, John JOHNSON & Abraham BARHAM, parishioners, were 
admitted 28 March 1722, on surrender of Stephen ATKINS & Wm. HILLS, surviving customary tenants, 
to ten. called Bridewell, & gdn. 65 ft. x 20 ft. abutting -
                          east - to highway [Marsh Lane]
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to ten. prev. John REEVE, now BAPTISTS
                          north - to mess. prev. Wm. GORHAM, now Eliz. BOYS.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d                        [12]
Humphrey CHITTENDEN (churchwarden) & Jas. WALL & John APSLEY (overseers), admitted to prems.., 
now occup. Thos. LANE, Edw. LEEDS, Jas. SMITH & Wid. SAVAGE.

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17 January 1814   
Same Lord & Steward.

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Hy. WRIGHT of Middle Temple, esq., appts. Geo WALTER, innkeeper, & Wm. FLINT, silversmith, as attorneys.

Hy. WRIGHT vacates the condtl. surrender by Saml. YATES, sen., of Bredgar, gent., admitted 11 Aug. 1811 
(to secure 750 + 5% ) to land on which a forge formerly stood, abutting -
                          north - to copyhold gutter 33ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 27 ft. 7in.
                          west - to lands prev. Thos. PAYNE, formerly GELLIBRAND, now John WORGER 65ft. 1in.
                          east - to land prev. Felix FAGG, formerly BONNER,now Jos. SKINNER 76 ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                     [347]
Occup. Geo. PATEY, then Martha PARKIN, since Saml. YATES & Geo. Wm. CARTWRIGHT, & late John 
Ellis WOOD.

[ Prev. Court 4 Aug. 1811    Next Court 31 January 1814]

At Court 3 Nov. 1812, report of surrender out of Court 24 July 1812, Saml. YATES & wife Louisa surrender 
to Wm. MACKESON of Hythe, brewer, subject to conditions.

All principal & interest now paid, & MACKESON admitted unconditionally.

Also
- for land abutting -
                          east - to land of Mary NOAKES, then Geo. PATEY, then Saml. YATES 4 rods 7ft.
                          south - to lands of Vicar 4 rods 6ft.
                          west - to lands prev. Mary DREWRY, now Mark & Jas. DORMAN 5 rods 2ft.
                          north - to St. John's Lane 3 rods 5ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                          [348]
Occup. as above but now Geo. LEPINE 

Geo. LEPINE admitted unconditionally, & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 4 Aug. 1811    Next Court 24 Jan. 1837]

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Tuesday 31 January 1814   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT.

On 22 January 1814, out of Court, Robert THATCHER, late of Ashford, draper, & now of Hastings, & wife 
Martha, surrendered to Geo. KILLICK of Ashford, draper shop (now used as a parlour or sitting room), abutting -
                          west - to another shop of THATCHER
                          east - to shop of Wm. RABSON
                          north - to highway
                          south - to other prems. of THATCHER
                                                                                                        Rent 10/8d.                      [24]
Occup. prev. THATCHER, now KILLICK 

also - for mess. or shop 26ft. x 10ft. abutting -
                          east - to another shop of THATCHER
                          south - to shop of Wm. HAYWARD
                          west & north - to highway.
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                          [212]
with land called Twitton, lying to shop of Wm. RABSON to north & east & other shop of THATCHER west & south.

Occup. as above 

Geo KILLICK admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 30 March 1808    Next Court 2 Feb. 1824]

ALSO
- Wm. MACKESON of Hythe & wife Harriett surrender to Robert HOUGHTON of Ashford, weaver, 
on sale consid. 100 for land as at Court 17 Jan. 1814
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                     [347]
HOUGHTON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 17 Jan. 1814    Next Court 3 Jan. 1827 ]

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9 May 1814   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Wm. JEMMETT & wife Ellen, surrender to Wm. JEMMETT, ygr., on sale consid. 450, land planted with 
cherries, 2 acres, now gdn.,
Occup. John WOODWARD, then Josias PATTERSON, then Mary PATTERSON, since Peter DOBREE, abutting -
                          south - to highway
                          north - to lands of Robt. MASCALL
                          west - to land called Brookfield & to freehold pt. of gdn.
                          east - to lands of heirs of Wm. WATERMAN
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [243]
Wm. JEMMETT,ygr., admitted & surrenders to person in his will.

[ Prev. Court 25 May 1810    Next Court 21 Dece,ber 1831]

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Monday 5 September 1814   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Grace WHITFELD, spinster, dec'd, held mess. in two dwellings & 3 gdns., in St. John's Lane, on west side 
of passage, abutting -
                          south - to land of Vicarage one rod 8 ft. [24 1/2ft]
                          west - to gdns. prev. Abr. FLINT, now Edw. & Humphrey CHITTENDEN
                          east - to passage 7 1/2 rods 2ft. [125 ft. 9in.]

Breadth on north - one rod 9ft. [25 1/2 ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                          [339]
Occup. formerly Widow MILLER & Widow WANSTALL, now Widow BARRETT & Widow FARBRACE. 

Grace WHITFELD admitted 18 Oct. 1769 & died Jan. 1814.
By will 11 March 1813, prop. to trustees nephew Wm. Brett WHITFELD, & friends Wm. WHITFELD, surgeon, 
& Rchd. GREENHILL, tanner, for sale.

Trustees admittted.

also
- for tens. or dwellings abutting -
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          north - to mess. of John VIRRILL
                          west - to mess. prev. Mary FLINT, now CHITTENDEN
                          east - to land prev. DREWRY, now DORMAN, and several other tens.
lying betw. yard & St. John's Lane to south, measuring 4 1/2 rods on west [74 ft. 3 in], 3 1/2 rods on 
north [57 ft. 9in], 3 rods 9ft. on south [58ft. 6in]
                                                                                                                                               [340]

also
- land 1 1/2 rods on north, 1 1/2 rods, 13 ft. on west abutting -
                          east - to bldg. prev. slaughterhse. of DREWRY, now DORMAN
                          south - to gdn. of VIRRILL
                          west - to passage
                          north - to Back Lane 
                                                                                                                                                [340a]

also -
gdn. 1 rod 11ft. 4 in on east, 1 rod 13ft. on north abutting -
                          east - gdn. of DREWRY
                          south - to Vicarage
                          west - to passage
                          north - to gdn. of VIRRILL 
                                                                                                                                              [340b]

Occup. Robt. MILLS, Hy. STEVENS, Widow BALDOCK, Wid. HARPOLE, & Wid. HONEY 
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                          [340]


also
- for land length 22yds. 1 ft., breadth 8 yards, occup. Richard GREENHILL, then Jas. & Saml. FLINT, 
then Wm. WHITFELD, then Grace WHITFELD, abutting -
                          west & south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, now Geo. WALTER
                          east - to lands of Abraham FLINT, then Wm. WHITFELD, late Grace WHITFELD (her 
                                                    freehold prems.)
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                         [126]
Trustees admitted.

[ Prev. Court 18 Oct. 1769    Next Court 27 Oct. 1817 (339 & 340) 5 Nov. 1859 (126)]

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Wednesday 9 November 1814    
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

First proclamation of the death of Richard Fitch HORTON

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6 January 1815
Same Lord & Steward.

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Geo. ROBINSON, innholder, dec'd., held land, abutting -
                          north - to land prev. Wm. BALDOCK, now Messrs. DELMAR & Co.
                          east - to lands of John BROOK, prev. APSLEY, pt. of timber yard.
                          south - to prems. late Geo. ROBINSON, now Chas. HAFFENDEN, prev. DROWLEY
                          west - to land of Thos. JOY
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d (halfpenny)       [222a]
Occup. Rchd. DROWLEY, then Geo. ROBINSON, then his widow Elizabeth, now Chas. HAFFENDEN 

ROBINSON admitted 13 July 1793

By will prems. to wife Elizabeth for life, then daus. Catherine & Anne, wife of Francisco ALLEGATTE of 
St. Geo. Hanover Square.

Elizabeth admitted 25 May 1810, & died 21 Nov. 1814.

Catherine ROBINSON admitted to moiety at rent of 1/4d (one farthing), & then surrenders to Chas. HAFFENDEN.

Repeated for Anne & Francisco ALLEGATTE.

[ Prev. Court 25 May 1810

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Thursday 16 February 1815
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Eliz. COBB, spinster, of Faversham appts. Wm. SIDDERS, grocer, & Geo. WALTER, innholder, both of 
Ashford, as attorneys.

Isaac RUTTON of Ospringe surrendered 5 Apl. 1799, 2 pces. land, pt. Hempstead Wood, 11 acres, all 
abuttals to other lands of RUTTON, Rent 11/4d. & occup. by Saml. FLINT, to Eliz. COBB, to secure 
1200 + 5% interest.

At Court 13 Nov. 1799, land surrendered to G.E. JEMMETT as trustee for Thos. RUTTON of St. Martin in 
Field, Mddx.

At Court 6 May 1811 JEMMETT surrendered to Wm. ALLEN.

Principal & interest now paid, and land surrendered to Wm. ALLEN, postmaster, described as -
land now divided into 3 pcls.
   Barrowhill Barn pasture    6 - 1 - 17p
   First Ramfield                 2 - 3 - 5p
   Second Ramfield             3 - 0 - 0
                                       12 - 0 - 22
lands adjoin & abuttals are -
                          east - to land prev. Isaac RUTTON, now Wm. ALLEN, & land prev. RUTTON, now 
                                                    Stephen TOURNAY
                          west - to freehold land prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN
                          south - to Nineteen Acres - prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN
                          north - to Barrack Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d                       [287]
Occup. Dr. Isaac RUTTON, then Saml FLINT, now Wm. ALLEN.


also
- for land, 14 acres, all abuttals to lands prev. Thos. NOWER, now Isaac RUTTON, [WRONGLY} stated to be divided into 3 pces. Cricketing Field, Little Meadow, & Brooker Field, (with barn)
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d.                     [290]
now described (with other lands), as Nineteen Acres abutting -
                          south - to lands added, prev. Thos. NOWER, since RUTTON
                          north - to First & Second Ram Fields, prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN
                          east - to lands of Stephen TOURNAY & Wm. ALLEN, prev. RUTTON
                          west - to Mucklehouse & Brooker Fields, prev. RUTTON, now ALLEN

Occup. Saml FLINT, now ALLEN

also
- for land 2 1/2 acres in Hempstead Wood, all abuttals to other lands of RUTTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/3d                          [283]
Wm. ALLEN admitted unconditionally.

[ Prev. Court 6 May 1811 Next Court 19 Jan 1822]

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28 February 1815                                                                                                 [copy in U455 T226 ]


Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Wm. ALLEN of Ashford, postmaster, surrenders on sale for 480
desc. as at Court 6 May 1811 Rent 8/-

SACKVILLE, EARL OF THANET admitted, and then surrenders to persons in his will.

(Licence to lease for 14 years granted 1 March 1815) [284]
Fine 7s., or 6d p.a. as is custom

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15 March 1815 Steward : G.E. JEMMETT                                                            [from KAO U1045 - M15]

Homage: Anthony HILLS, John ELLIOTT

Oliver DE LANCEY, of Sloane St., Chelsea, General in H.M Forces, & late Barrack Master General, appts. 
William SIDDERS, grocer, & Geo. WALTER, innholder, both of Ashford, as attornies to surrender pasture 
land, north to south 165 ft., east to west (on south) 90 ft., on north 87 ft., abutting -
                          west - to fence of Barrack Yard (owned by Poor of Ashford)
                          north - to ground on which erected stables for Artillery horses
                          east & south - to rest of Ten Acres
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [pt. 288]
Lying at north west corner of Ten Acres, copyhold land occ. Wm. ALLEN.

DE LANCEY admitted 22 Sep. 1804 on surrender of Thos. RUTTON.

Sale to Wm. ALLEN, consid 42 

Wm. ALLEN admitted, and surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 22 Sep. 1804 Next Court 12 Dec. 1831]

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Thursday 13 April 1815   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Wm. TOMSETT, common carrier, surrenders to Mary WRIGHT, widow, land abutting -
                          west - to mess. laTe Wm. SMART, late PIKE, before DREWRY,now TOMSETT 60 ft.
                          east - to lands Prev. Wm. BALDOCK, now Wm. CARRICK, bricklayer 51 ft.
                          north - to lands prev. Wm. BALDOCK, now Wm. TOMSETT 60 ft. 6in.
                          south - to lands prev. Wm. BALDOCK, now common way of 14 ft. 69 ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [215b]
Occup. Wm., John & Thos. TOMSETT 

Formerly part of Little Tilton. TOMSETT admitted 24 Jan. 1798

Conditional to secure 200 + 5% interest.

also
- for land now garden, occup. Wm. TOMSETT, abutting -
                          west - to land of Cath VARHAM, prev. Wm. BALDOCK 85 ft.
                          east- [not given] 83 ft. 6 in.
                          north - to land of Geo. WALTER, prev. LORD OF MANOR 61 ft. 8 in.
                          south - to lands of Wm. TOMSETT & Wm. CARRICK, prev. 
                                                    Wm. BALDOCK 65 ft. 8in. being 19 3/4 perch.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [215c]
TOMSETT admitted 15 May 1812 

[ Prev. Court 15 May 1812 Next Court 29 Nov. 1820]

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Saturday 22 April 1815   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Rev. Chas. STODDART, clerk, of Ashford, surrenders to John NANCE, D.D., Master of Free Grammar School -
land (prev. with mess., taken down by NANCE) abutting -
                          west - to land of John NANCE & others 54 ft.
                          east - to footway from Churchyard to Beaver 55 ft. 6 in.
                          north - to freehold hse. of STODDART, occup. Joseph JENNINGS 27 ft.
                          south - to land prev. John APSLEY, now Mgt. Eliz. GOLD and half part of well, 11 x 10 ft
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [207]
prev. occup. Edw. WILDBOAR, late Thos. EDNEY 

John NANCE admitted and surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 15 November 1811 Next Court 24 July 1835]

part to John VINSET 18 July 1830

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Monday 24 April 1815   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Henry WATERMAN & wife Margaret surrender, on sale consid. 450 to John HUTTON of Ashford, miller

3 pcs. land called Gt. & Little Cowleeze 9 - 3 - 13p

Occup. John DUNK, then John BOURNE, late Wm. WATERMAN, dec'd.,now Hy. WATERMAN, abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          south - to other lands, prev. Wm. now Hy. WATERMAN
                          west - to lands prev. Joseph MACE, now heirs of Robt. MASCALL
                          north - to Parsonage Glebe
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                          [96]

Hy. WATERMAN admitted 20 May 1812, as dev. & son of Hy. WATERMAN ,snr.

also for other moiety John HUTTON admitted & surrenders to person in his will.

[ Prev. Court 5 Nov. 1812


Proclamation of death of Robt. MASCALL, prev. Ashford, then Peasmarch Place, Sussex. Rchd. Fitch HORTON (second proclamation)

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11 January 1816
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, John ELLIOTT

Stephen TOURNAY surrenders to SACKVILLE, EARL OF THANET, on sale, consid. 350

land called Upper Five Acres 5 - 2 - 10p occup. by Stephen & brother John TOURNAY abutting -
                          north & west - to lands of Wm. ALLEN, prev. RUTTON
                          south & east - to other lands of Wm. ALLEN, prev. RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 9/1d.                       [289b]

This land, with 2 pces., one called Lower Five Acres, and other Oxenfield, prev. desc. as 4 pces. of 13 1/2 acres & 1 rood, abutting -
                          south - to land prev. Thos. RADNOR, now dev. Robt. MASCALL, called Bull Meadow
                          east - to lands of Church
                          west & north - to lands prev. Thos. NOWER, late RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 3 - 1d.                [289]
TOURNAY admitted 16 Oct. 1801 

SACKVILLE, EARL OF THANET admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

[Licence to lease for 14 years granted at Court 30 Apl. 1816]

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Tuesday 30 April 1816   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Eliz. BOYS, spinster, dec'd., held mess. or ten. in Marsh Lane, abutting -
                          east - to highway to Kingsnorth 34 ft. 2in.
                          west - to lands prev. John REEVE, now Baptists 34 ft. 2 in.
                          north - to land prev. Thos. TOURNAY, then Hy. CREED, now John ABBOTT
                          south - to mess. prev. Joan CHAMPION, wid., now Poor of Ashford 64 ft. 4in
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [56]
occup. Philip HAWKINS, clerk, then Mary, then Eliz. BOYS, now 
Thos. EASON Eliz. BOYS admitted 22 Oct. 1802, & died 28 Nov. 1815

By will dated 25 Apl. 1809 prems. to Mrs. Mary JEMMETT, & John NORWOOD, as trustees for sale.

John NORWOOD, surgeon, surviving trustee, admitted. 

[ Prev. Court 22 October 1802 Next Court below]

[Third] proclamation of the death of Robt. MASCALL

First proclamation of the death of Joseph DAWSON, baker.

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4 November 1816   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, John ELLIOTT & Anthony HILLS

John NORWOOD surrenders prems as above to John BOYS, on sale, consid. 200.                      [56]

John BOYS admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ prev. Court above


John Bennett HORTON, maltster, was admitted on 25 October 1793, on surrender of Rchd. & Eliz. 
GREENHILL, to meadowland 2 - 2 - 14p occup. Wm. CORNFORD & Wm. HAYWARD, late of Rchd. 
Fitch HORTON, now Wm. PARNELL, abutting -
                          southwest - to highway Ashford to Willesborough
                          northwest, northeast & southeast - to garden, prev. Robt. COOKE, now James WALL
                          northwest - to lands prev. Rchd. & Stephen GREENHILL, now Thos. ALLEN
                          north - to lands called Gt. Goggle, prev. Stephen ADES & wife Mary, then Rchd. 
                                                    GREENHILL (son of Mary ADES)
                          east - to lands prev. Geo. ROOKE, now Wm. JEMMETT
                                                                                                                Rent 4/-                   [144a]
Surrendered by J.B. HORTON to will, out of Court, 27 Oct. 1795.

By indtre. 31 Dec. 1802 (1) J.B. HORTON (2) Rchd. Fitch HORTON (3) John WELLS (4) his dau. Catherine
WELLS (5) Rchd. GREENHILL & Isaac TOURNAY - settlement on the marriage of Rchd. F. HORTON & 
Catherine WELLS .

John B. HORTON dec'd [bur. 24 Jan. 1806]. By will 10 Dec. 1805, prems to Rchd. F. HORTON who was admitted.

Rchd. F. Horton dec'd 1 Sep. 1814 

Catherine HORTON, widow, admitted. 

[prev. Court 31 October 1808


ALSO - Robert MASCALL held 5 1/2 acres land called Chalmead, abutting -
                          east & south - to freehold land of MASCALL
                          west & south - to Hempstead Meadow
                          north & east - to lands of Church
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                            [246]

[ Prev. Court 14 Apl. 1795 [roll lost]     Next Court 9 Nov. 1821 ]


also - of land 2 acres, part Hempstead Meadow or Bull Meadow & rowen of whole meadow, abutting -
                          east - to land of MASCALL
                          south - to river
                          north & west - to lands prev. RUTTON now Wm. ALLEN
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                           [320]
[ Prev. Court 19 April 1797 Next Court 9 Nov. 1821]

also
- of land 1 - 3 - 7p, abutting -
                          south - to land of MASCALL & land of Mary HORTON, widow.
                          north & east - to freehold land of MASCALL
                          west - to land of Mary WHITFELD, widow.
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [345a]

[ Prev. Court 19 Oct. 1792


also
- of land called Cherry Garden Field, 12 - 2 - 13p, abutting -
                          west - to lands of MASCALL and lands of Wm. JEMMETT
                          north - to lands of Parsonage
                          east - to lands of Geo FARBRACE & John HUTTON called Cowleeze
                          south - to lands of Wm. JEMMETT, ygr., late PATTERSON & land of 
                                                    John HUTTON, late WATERMAN
                                                                                                        Rent 20/-                         [232]
[ Prev. Court 12 Jan. 1803 Next Court 9 Nov. 1821]

No response from three proclamations of death. Lands escheated to LORD OF MANOR

2nd. proclamation of death of Joseph DAWSON.

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Monday 27 October 1817   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Wm. WHITFELD & Rchd. GREENHILL, trustees of Grace WHITFELD, surrender to Thos. STARTUP,
coachmaster, on sale consid. 350.

several tens. adjoining mess. of John VIRRILL on north, & other tens. lying betw. yard and St. John's Lane 
as at Court 5 Sep. 1814]
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [340]
Thos. STARTUP admitted.

[ Prev. Court 5 Sep. 1814    Next Court 29 Apl.1818]


also - for other lands surrendered to STARTUP, Rent 5d. [339]

Thos. STARTUP admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 5 Sep. 1814    Next Court 29 Apl. 1818]

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27 November 1817   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN, John ELLIOTT, Anthony HILLS

3rd proclamation of the death of Joseph DAWSON

Further proclamation of the death of Robt.. MASCALL

John ABBOTT of St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, & wife Mary, have surrendered out of Court, stable & gdn., part 
of Royal Oak Yard, 1 rod, abutting -
                          east - to highway Ashford to Kingsnorth
                          south - to lands prev. John ROUSE, now Baptists
                          west - to lands prev. Sarah WHITFELD, now Wm. WITHERDEN
                          north - to lands prev. Hy. CREED, now John ABBOTT
                                                                                                        Rent not given [2s.]          [63]
Occup. prev. Stephen TUNBRIDGE, now Pierce ANDREWS

John ABBOTT admitted on surrender of Hy. CREED & wife Martha, 8 Sep. 1788

[Previous Court 8 Sep. 1788

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Monday 1 December 1817   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John BOZIE, late Ashford, now Tenterden, woolstapler, & wife Mary, surrender to Rchd. GREENHILL, tanner 
& John Thomas PACK, grocer, trustees of will of John READER
mess. or ten. & gdn. abutting -
                          east - to highway [Marsh Lane]
                          west - to lands prev. John REEVE, now Baptists
                          north - to land prev. Hy. CREED, now John ABBOTT
                          south - to Bridewell
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                         [56]

Conditional to secure 277 - 18 - 0d. + 5% interest

[Prev. Court 4 Nov. 1816

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Wednesday 7 January 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Anthony HILLS

Wm. PARNELL admitted to prems. as above 27 Nov. 1817
                                                                                                        Rent 2s.                           [63]

[ Prev. Court 27 Nov. 1817

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Wednesday 18 February 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony Hills & John ELLIOTT

Francis WHITFELD, gent., was admitted on surrender by Robt. MASCALL, 14 Jan. 1807 to 3 pces. land 
called Hookwood, etc. abutting -
                          north - to land prev. LORD OF MANOR, then Geo. ROOKE, then Francis WHITFELD, now 
                                EARL OF THANET, called Shetfield & land prev. RUTTON now dev. Lewis WHITFELD,
                                called Perilacre.
                          east - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, then Francis WHITFELD, now EARL OF THANET,
                                called Middle Acre & Bennett's Brooke.
                          south - to lands prev. RUTTON, now dev. Lewis WHITFELD
                          west - to river
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 16 - 0d               [225]
and rowen of 5 1/2 acres called Perilacre.

Occup. John MASCALL, then Edw. DERING, now Francis WHITFELD


Subject to marriage settlement 23/24 May 1794 (1) Francis WHITFELD (2) John JEFFERY of Ashford, gent., 
& Mary, one of his daus. (3) Wm. WHITFELD of Cranbrook, surgeon, & Wm. SMART of Charing, gent.

Surrender on sale, consid. 600 to Moyle BRETON of Kennington, who is admitted.

also
- for land called Hookwood, 28 acres, abutting -
                          east & north - to Shetfield [as above]
                          south - to land prev. heirs of John SAWKINS, now Jas. HART & lands of David LADD & 
                                                    lands of trustees of Edw. HUNTER & river.
                          west & north - to lands called Netherland & Goldmead.
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                         [ 226 ]
Occup. John MASCALL etc. [as above]

Moyle BRETON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[Prev. Court 14 Jan 1807    Next Court 6 Jan. 1823]

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23 March 1818   
Lord. Thomas. DAWES ; Steward George Elwick JEMMETT

Homage: Anthony Hills & John ELLIOTT

Humphrey CHITTENDEN , yeoman, & wife Sarah surrender moiety of premises to Edward CHITTENDEN,
ironmonger, consid. (with freehold premises) 1000. Copyhold land & edifices, breadth on south 20 1/2 ft., 
north 16ft.,length 6 perch 4 ft.,[103 ft.] abutting -
                          east - to lands late Grace WHITFELD, now Thomas STARTUP
                          south - to yard, formerly garden of Samuel FLINT
                          west - to lands prev. Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN
                          north - to mess. purchased by Thomas FLINT from heirs of Samuel FLINT
                                                                                                        Rent 5d                           [half 10d - 118]
with right from kitchen garden to highway, & to land of LORD OF MANOR, & to fetch water from pond.
occup. late Elizabeth DAWSON, widow, now Edward CHITTENDEN


also
- moiety of garden, length 32 ft., breadth 22 1/2ft. 6 in., enclosed with posts & rails, part of land heretofore
orchard, then garden of Mary EVERNDEN, widow,abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Grace WHITFELD, now Thomas STARTUP
                          south & west - to lands prev. Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN
                          north - to lands above
                                                                                              Rent 1 1/4d (penny farthing)   [half 2 1/2d - 119]
Occup. as above 

also
- moiety of land with building called malthouse, & other bldgs, length 44 ft., breadth on east 12 1/2ft. , 
on West 12 ft.
Occup. formerly Abraham FLINT & Charles FAGG, then Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN abutting -
                          west - to land prev. John & Ann HOOKER, then Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN,
                                                    & land late heirs of John DAY, now Rchd. HAMMON.
                          north - to freehold mess. late Thomas FLINT, prev. called Market Place & purchased by
                                                    Abraham FLINT from Thomas & John DANN
                          east - to land prev. Mary FLINT, widow, then Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN
                          south - to land prev. orchard.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/4d.                 [half 8 1/2d - 124]


also
- moiety of land, previously orchard, now garden, 23 perch, abutting -
                          east - to land prev. Grace WHITFELD, now Thomas STARTUP
                          south - to lands of College
                          west - to land prev. John HOOKER, then Thomas FLINT, now Edw. CHITTENDEN
                          north - to other lands of Edward CHITTENDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 6d [half 1/-]               [125]
with right to highway, pond etc.


also
- moiety of land, abutting -
                          east - to lands prev. Simon EVERNDEN, now Edw. CHITTENDEN. 73ft. 5in, then turning 
                                                    towards west, 10 ft. 6in, then to south, 3ft. 8in., then west again 20 ft. 5 in.
                          south - to lands of Vicar
                          west - 68 ft. 1in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d. [half 8d]              [pt. 182]
Occup. Thos. FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN, abutting partly on lands late GORSSE, then John DAY, 
now Richard HAMMON, & partly on lands late John & Ann HOOKER, then John PAYN, now Richard. 
HAMMON, abutting north - to other part of land & necessary house, prev. HOOKER's, now HAMMON 38 ft. 6in.,
this land enclosed by brick wall & on which some sheds formerly stood.
With right through door way in wall, over land of John HOOKER, now HAMMON, to highway, or lane leading 
to High Street.

Edward CHITTENDEN admitted.

[ Prev. Court 11 Dec. 1806 Next Court 29 March 1825]

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Wednesday 29 April 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

Thos. STARTUP & wife Hannah surrender on sale, consid. 450, to Robert HOUGHTON, weaver, mess. or ten., 
(in two dwellings), with 3 gardens, abutting -
                          (on west side to passage, to necessary houses on south)
                          south - to lands of Vicarge 1 rod 8 ft. [ 24'6"]
                          west - to lands Abraham FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN
                          east - to passage 7 1/2 rods 2ft. [ 125 ' 9"]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 1 rod 9ft. [25' 6"]
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                          [339]
Occup. Widow BENNETT, & [       ] WITTS, late FAIRBRASS 

STARTUP admitted 27 October 1817

also
- for several tenements,or dwelling houses adjoining messuage of John VIRRILL on north, and several 
other tenements lying between common yard & back lane called St. John's Lane towards south, 4 1/2 rods 
on west, 3 rods 9 ft. on south, abutting -
                          north - to messuage of John VIRRILL
                          east - to lands previously Mary DREWRY, now James & Mark DORMAN
                          south - to St. John's Lane [58 ft. 6in.]
                          west - to messuage, previously Mary FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN [74ft. 3in.]
                                                                                                                                               [340]
and
one little spot of land with outhouses, abutting -
                          east - to building previously slaughterhouse , prev. DREWRY, now DORMAN
                          south - to garden of VIRRILL
                          west - to passage
                          north - to St. John's Lane ( 1 1/2 rood) 
                                                                                                                                              [340A]
also
- garden, abutting -
                          east - to garden previously DREWRY, now DORMAN 1 rod,11ft. 4in. [27ft. 10in.]
                          south - to lands of Vicarage
                          west - to passage
                          north - to garden of VIRRILL 1 rod, 13 ft. [29ft. 6in. ] 
                                                                                                                                             [340B]
Occup. Robert MILLS, Henry STEVENS, John BARNES (late BALDOCK), Widow HARPOLE, & 
Grace HONEY                                                                                   Rent 8d.                           [340]

Robert HOUGHTON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 27 October 1817    Next Court 22 May 1821]

Further proclamation of the death of Robert MASCALL

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Friday, 29 May 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & William PILCHER.

Joseph DAWSON, deceased, baker, held land near former smith's forge, occup. William POPE, prev. John
APSLEY, then John & Elizabeth STANLEY, then John BOURNE, then DAWSON, 38ft. in length, abutting -
                          east - to Marsh Lane
                          north - to smith's forge, converted to stable
                          south & west - to land prev. heirs of Edith VIALL, widow, now [ blank ]
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [302]
DAWSON admitted on surrender of John & Mary BOURNE, 23 October 1789, and died March 1816. By will 
dated 27 September 1818, property to son-in-law William COOPER of East Tilbury, Essex, farmer, & William
COGGER of Wanstead, innkeeper, as trustees of wife Elizabeth for life, to continue business, & then for sale.
COOPER deceased December 1816. 

also
- land, breadth 10 in., length 12 ft., with cellar.                               Rent 1d.                           [303]

also
- land, length 18ft, breadth 2ft. 4in on north, 1 ft. 8in. on south, abutting -
                          west - to land prev. Phebe SUDELL, then Edward BARRETT, then John ABBOTT, 
                                                    now William PARNELL.
                          south- to messuage, prev. Thomas NORRIS, then STANLEY, now DAWSON
                          east & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [304]
Occup. Joseph DAWSON 

COGGER admitted as trustee.

[ Previous Court 23 October 1789    Next Court

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Tuesday, 18 August 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Ann MARTYR of Greenwich, spinster, admitted 20 July 1808 on surrender of Robert Montague WILMOT, then 
of Ashford, now Hawkhurst, M.D., and James BOND, mortgagee, to land called Bigger Shaffradge & New 
Marsh, 18 acres, by attorneys Julius Gaborian SHEPHERD of Ashford, gent., & George WALTER, innkeeper.
                                                                                                        Rent 12/-                          [171]
Surrender to William DEEDES of Sandling, esq., Mortgage of 1400 repaid.

Land then surrendered, on sale consid., 1343 - 16 - 0d to William WHITFELD, of Ashford, surgeon.

also
- for Little Brook                                                                          Rent 3/8d                         [172]

also - for land, 1 rood                                                                          Rent 2d.                          [173]

William WHITFELD admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ prev. Court 20 July 1808     Next Court 14 December 1838 ]

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Friday, 21 August 1818 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thos. ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Richard BARRETT of Ashford, yeoman, & wife Susanna surrender on sale, consid. 200, to William SIDDERS 
of Ashford, grocer,. BARRETT admitted 22 October 1790, land called Tilton, abutting -
                          east - to lands of heirs of Thomas REEVE
                          north - to lands of John PIERCE, of Canterbury, brewer.
                          south - to lands prev. Joseph BOSWELL & wife Mary, now Richard BARRETT.
                          west - to land of Lifford BOURNE
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.
Occup. Elizabeth SMALL, widow, then Francis WHITFELD & Henry TRICE, now William SIDDERS & 
Ann TAYLOR. 

also
- for other moiety, prev. Mary BACK, who married Joseph BOSWELL, admitted 22 October 1790
                                                                                                        Total rent 1/-                     [32]

William SIDDERS admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

Then William SIDDERS surrenders to John LEEDS of Ashford, yeoman, cond. to secure 500 + 5% interest.

[ Previous Court 22 October 1790    Next Court 24 February 1823]

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[           ] 9th November 1818   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN, John ELLIOTT & Anthony HILLS

Proclamation of death of William DOWNE of Wye. miller, deceased, who held land with buildings, now stable 
& granary 32ft. x 30 ft. abutting - 
                          north - to garden prev. Joan MATTHEWS, widow
                          west - to garden previously Richard RABSON
                          south - to Churchfield
                          east - to common way
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [110]
Occup. Thomas SWEETLOVE 


also
- proclamation of the death of William. PHILLIPS, previously of Ashford, then Bermondsey, cordwainer, 
who held shop prev. butcher's, since glaziers, then dwelling, now hempdressers shop, in Butchery, abutting -
                          north - to Butchery Lane
                          south - to waste of LORD OF MANOR
                          east - to footway & other waste
                          west - to tenement, prev. John LAMBIN, now Anthony HILLS
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d                        [184]
Occup. William BURBRIDGE, glazier, since, Michael LOVEDAY, then Ambrose REEVE, Uriah FAULKNER, 
late William PHILLIPS, now Hester LEE

[ Previous Court 21 August 1792, then 1795 (last)    Next Court 20 June 1821]

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[         ] 17 February 1819   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Arthur APSLEY surrenders to Henden HOUGHTON, on sale consid., 550, messuage or tenement, and land
enclosed with fence & rails, now part of messuage, abutting -
                          west - to Corn Market 24 ft.
                          east - to 2 tenements, previously Joan MATHEWS, widow, then Henry STROUD, now 
                                                    James BARNES 22 ft. 2in
                          south - to lane to Church 36 ft.
                          north - to passage from Corn Market to Butcher's Row.
                                                                                                        Rent 9/4d                         [296]
Occup. John SCOTT, then Messrs. LITTLE & CRANSTONE, then Messrs. BARNARD & BUDD, 
now Henden HOUGHTON.

APSLEY admitted 16 May 1796 on surrender of Matthew TILDEN, upholsterer.

[ Previous Court 21 October 1812     Next Court 4 May 1825]

HOUGHTON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

Proclamation of deaths of DOWNE & PHILLIPS                                                                         [110 & 184]

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28 April 1819
    Out of Court

Notice by Anthony HILLS, butcher & wife Margaret, surrender on sale, consid. 300 [Mortgage]

messuage or tenement, previously shop, occup. Thomas LAMBIN since Thomas LANES, length 15 ft., 
breadth one end 11 ft. & other 8ft. on south side of Butchery, behind shop of HILLS, below at rent of 9d. 
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                        [60 ]

and
messuage or tenement, previously shop, abutting -
                          west - to shop held at rent of 9d, below
                          east - to shop previously Ann, wife of John HOOKER, now William PHILLIPS
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to house of HILLS at rent of 1/2d
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [61]
Occup. Elizabeth COUTTS, widow, then [     ] FRIER, since [      ] BLATCHER.


and
- land with part of house of HILLS, previously occup. John LAMBIN, since Thomas LANES 11 ft. x 4 ft.
abutting -
                          east - to part of house, previously washhouse
                          north - to shop, at rent of 9d.

with lands 12 ft. x 5 1/2ft with other part of house, abutting -
west & south - to highway
north - to shop, at rent of 9d.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                         [57]

also
- corner shop with cellar & chamber & garrett over, abutting -
                          east - to tenement, previously shop of John LAMBIN, occup. Elizabeth COUTTS at rent of 4/-.
                          south - to house of HILLS @ rent of 1/2d & premises at rent of 8d.
                          north & west - to Butchery
                                                                                                        Rent 9d                          [58]

All now dwelling house, butcher's shop etc., occup. Anthony HILLS abutting -
                          west - to passage High Street to Church
                          north - to passage Corn Market to Butchery
                          south - to passage Cornmarket to Church
                          east - to messuage previously HOOKER, now PHILLIPS & passage 
and residue of land is laid to garden with slaughterhouse, stables etc., abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard 30 ft. 6in.
                          south - to garden previously James COSTEKER, now John ELLIOTT 28 ft. 3in
                          east - to land previously Lewis WHITFELD, now Peter RABSON 57 ft. 3in.
                          west - to to passage to garden of John ELLIOTT 57 ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [59]

HILLS admitted on surrender of John MASCALL at Court 13 July 1792

Surrendered to Edward BARTEN of Kingsnorth, gent., to secure 300.

[ Previous Court 13 July 1792    Next Court 11 December 1824]

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8 November 1819   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage : Thomas ALLEN, John ELLIOTT & Anthony HILLS

Edward CARPENTER, deceased, of Mersham, yeoman, held land, 5 acres in Aldington, now occup. 
William GODDARD.

CARPENTER deceased Feb. 1818 & will dated 19 March 1813 - premises to William GODDARD, late of 
Capel, then Bilsington, husbandman, & Samuel GODDARD of St. Martin's in Field, London, husbandman, 
as trustees for sale.

William & Samuel GODDARD admitted.                                                                                     [68]

[ Previous Court 27 October 1756    Next Court 21 December 1831]


ALSO
-
William PHILLIPS, previously of Ashford, then Bermondsey, cordwainer held premises [as 9 November 1818]

PHILLIPS deceased 12 January 1817, & by will dated 30 July 1818, premises to Susanna, wife of 
William PHILLIPS, cheesemonger of Bermondsey for life, then to their son William PHILLIPS.

Susanna PHILLIPS now deceased : PHILLIPS, cheesemonger, son of PHILLIPS, cordwainer, admitted, and 
then surrenders to persons in his will.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d                         [184]


ALSO
- Proclamation of death of John VIRRILL, who held (admitted 23 October 1789) - land, now garden,
previously with barn, now 2 tenements, abutting -
                          east - to garden previously Edward PIKE, now James & Mark DORMAN
                          south - to lands previously Grace WHITFELD, now Robert HOUGHTON 29 ft.
                          west - to passage 65 ft.
                          north - to wood house, previously WHITFELD, now HOUGHTON 28 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [329]
Occup. John VIRRILL 

Further proclamation of deaths of -
William DOWNE                                                                                                                      [110]

Jude PART                                                                                                                              [159]

ALSO
- Confirmation of conditional surrender of HILLS, as above, 29 April 1819                             [57 - 61]

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361

6 January 1820   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

William DAW of High Halden, potter, & wife Elizabeth surrender on sale, consid. 250, to William SHARPE 
of Ashford, sutler, all that messuage or tenement lately rebuilt, where mess. previously stood, converted into 
3 dwellings, in St. John's Lane, occup. William POPE, then Frances CHAPLIN, late William SWEETLOVE, 
now William SWEETLOVE, Thomas EDNEY, & Thomas SANDYS abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to land late Martha PARKIN, now Francis CHAPLIN, & corner of garden of Vicar.
                          east & south - to land of James POTTS
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [244a]
42ft. on all boundaries. 

Part of premises previously Ewell TRITTON , now James POTTS. 

DAW admitted 25 October 1805 on surrender of James & Susan POTTS.

SHARPE admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 25 October 1805    Next Court 15 January 1835 ]

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17 July 1820   
Same Lord & Steward Julius Gaborian SHEPHERD (deputy)

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Edward Jeremiah CURTEIS of Worthing, Sx., & William JEMMETT, elder, of Ashford, trustees of marriage
settlement of Robert MASCALL (dated 24 September 1799), appoint Geo. WALTER & William FLINT as attorneys.

Lewis WHITFELD surrendered 19 October 1792 to MASCALL - land 1 - 3 - 7p, near Gravelpit Close, abutting -
                          south - to lands prev. LORD OF MANOR, then MASCALL & land of John HORTON
                          west - to lands of WHITFELD
                          north & east - to other lands of MASCALL
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [345a]

Mascall dec'd 23 February 1815. Trustees admitted & then surrender to G.E. JEMMETT for sale, consid. 215

JEMMETT admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

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Monday, 30th October 1820   
Lord - Thomas DAWES, Steward G.E. JEMMETT

Homage : Thomas ALLEN, Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

William DOWNE, miller, dec'd 16 March 1816.

John Boys DOWNE (son) admitted to premises as at Court 9 November 1818, & then surrenders to 
persons in his will. 
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [110]

[ Previous Court 18 April 1770    Next Court 26 September 1825]


ALSO
- Jude PART of Ashford, linendraper, held premises, previously land enclosed with posts
& rails, but now built on , abutting -
                          east - to Church Lane
                          south - to way to Church
                          north - to highway
                          west - to messuage prev. William STRONG, now James BARNES
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                          [159]
Occup. John PART, now Jane PART, widow.

Jude PART deceased 30 March 1818.

Mary PART, sister & heir of Jude, admitted, and then surrenders to persons in her will.

Proclamation of deaths of -
George JEMMETT Anna Maria DISNEY
John BOZIE Henry CREED
Mary HORTON John VIRRILL

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Wednesday 29 November 1820    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John WRAIGHT of Bethersden, farmer, Richard WRIGHT of Wood Street, London, labourer, Thomas WRAIGHT 
of Strood, labourer, George WRAIGHT of Charing, farmer, & Shorter WRAIGHT of Ashford, husbandman, 5 sons 
& co-heirs in gavelkind of Mary WRAIGHT, widow of John WRAIGHT of Ashford, husbandman (Richard & Shorter
being executors of will of John, appoint William Alexander ALLEN,draper, of Ashford, attorney to vacate on
conditional surrender made by William TOMSETT.

William TOMSETT, then surrenders to John TAPPENDEN of Ashford, caninet maker, on sale, consid. 200.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [215b]

also for moieties @ 1 1/2d. & 1 3/4d [? 1 1/2d ]

TAPPENDEN admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 13 April 1815    Next Court 22 May 1821 ]

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Saturday 9 December 1820   
Same Lord & Thomas Paterson ANDERSON, deputy Steward.

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

William ALLEN of Ashford, fellmonger, & wife Mary, surrender on sale, consid. 800, to George E. JEMMETT -
land occupied by Thomas WOOD called Hop Garden Field, previously one of two pieces called Cowfields, 1 1/2
acres, but with drove way on south east side to land of trustees of FOGGE, lately fenced off by ALLEN, 
here to fore 1 - 2 - 8p abutting -
                          north - to other part of Cowfield, not to be surrendered
                          west - to another field to be surrendered called Lower Oxenfield (lately divided by ALLEN)
                          south - to Bull Meadow.
Previously described as 4 - 0 - 18p, part of Hempsted Wood @ 6/4d.

Rent divided
for land surrendered, Hop Garden Field                                                 2/3d                                [286a]
for land called First (previously Cow ) Field                                            4/1d                               [286b]

ALLEN admitted 16 October 1795 on surrender of RUTTON.

also
- Land called Lower Five Acres, 4 - 3 - 32p., previously by mistake 5 - 2 - 10p, abutting -
                          south - to Bull Meadow
                          west - to lands of ALLEN called Twenty Acres.
                          east - to land below
                          north - to Upper Five Acres of EARL OF THANET, previously TOURNAY.

also -
land occup. Thomas GRANT, younger, Lower Oxenfield, 1 - 2 - 30p part of Oxenfield, 4 - 1 - 3 p, abutting -
                          north - to other part of Oxenfield
                          west - to land above
                          south - to Bull Meadow
                          east- to Hop Garden Field
Rent for Lower Five Acres & Lower Oxenfield                                        11/-                                 [289d]
Rent for Upper Oxenfield (ALLEN)                                                          3/-                                [289e]

JEMMETT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

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