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15 January 1821    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

George Farbrace TEALE, major, only son of Isaac Musshey TEALE, previously of Maidstone, then of Hamburg,
gent., survived Henry FARBRACEof Ashford, grocer, they being executors of George FARBRACE of Dover, 
gent., (whose will dated 10 December 1785) appoints Daniel HANLON of Ashford, taylor, to be attorney for
admission to - copyhold land, part of Bull Garden, abutting -
                          north - to yard of Thomas COLE
                          east - to lands of Isaac RUTTON 
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [75]
Occup. John COLE, then John HOPE 

also
- land, 7 acres, Ashford meadow, abutting -
                          east - to land of heirs of Rev. Stephen GREENHILL & lands late Thomas FLINT
                          south - to small piece of land of LORD OF MANOR, & 2 small pieces of Henry GOLD, 
                                                    now enclosed, lying between meadows & highway.
                          west - to river
                          north - to land of Thomas COLE & John DUNK
                                                                                                        Rent 10/8d                       [77]
Occup. William WALL 

also
- moiety of land, 9 - 3 - 13p, Cowleeze, in 2 pieces, abutting -
                          east - to river
                          south - to land, heirs of William AUSTEN
                          west - to land of William MACE
                          north - to Parsonage Glebe.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [79]
Occup. William WATERMAN 

also
- Little Princes, 2 acres in Willesborough in Yoke of Henwood, abutting -
                          east - to lands of Thomas FLINT
                          southeast - to freehold part of Little Princes
                          southwest - to Orchard Field
                          northwest - to Coney Clapper Field
                          northeast - to Great Princes
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [78]
Occup. William WALL 


also
- 2 pieces land, 7 1/2 acres, abutting -
                          east - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, & land of Stephen KEMSLEY
                          south - to lands of John & Margaret BLUNDELL
                          west - to lane Barrowhill/Gorehill
                          north - to lands called Long Tilton, previously Henry TOLLER, now Elizabeth APSLEY, widow.
                                                                                                                                               [74]
Occup. Simon PEVERETT 

One moiety to Elizabeth Ann FARBRACE of Dover, widow, trustee appointed by indtres.30/31 December 1806
(marriage settlement) (1) Isaac M. TEALE (2) George Henry Teale FARBRACE, son of George FARBRACE, 
(3) Sarah FARBRACE of Dover,widow, grandmother of Sarah Lambe WINTHROP, (4) Robert WINTHROP,
commander of H.M.ship Sybele & wife Sarah LAMBE, then Sarah Lambe FARBRACE, only daughter of George 
(5) Elizabeth Ann FARBRACE & Edward WALSBY, D.D., Prebendary of Canterbury, now deceased. Trust for
Robert & Sarah WINTHROP & their children.

Other moiety to Rev. George Henry Teale FARBRACE, of Eythorne.

George FARBRACE deceased, 17 December 1785
Isaac Musshey TEALE deceased 1817

Elizabeth Anne FARBRACE & Rev. Geo FARBRACE admitted & surrender to persons in their will.

[ Previous Court 29 October 1788    Next Court 11 September 1860

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17 January 1821   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOT

James HAMILTON of Ashford, butcher, & wife Sarah, by covenant in indtre of mortgage, 8 November 1820 
(1) James HAMILTON & William JEMMETT, his trustee (2) Edward FIELD of Ashford, tailor, Joseph JENNINGS 
of Ashford, hairdresser & John TUNBRIDGE of Ashford, postmaster, being trustees of Benefit Society of St.
Stephen's Lodge of Oddfellows, in Ashford.

HAMILTON surrenders 2 pieces of land, with brewhouse, now a slaughterhouse, abutting -
                          north - to common gutter
                          west - to lands of Baptists
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to garden of George WITHERDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [360]
Occup. Thomas JOHNSON, now James HAMILTON 

Oddfellows admitted to secure 200 + 5% interest.

[ Previous Court 5 November 1812    Next Court 4 March 1840 ]

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10 February 1821   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

John BOZIE, woolstapler, previously Ashford, then Tenterden, deceased, held messuage in Marsh Lane, 
occup. Henry ILLESLEY, abutting  (admitted 4 November 1816) -
                          east - to Marsh Lane
                          west - to land previously John REEVE, now Baptists
                          north - to land previously John ABBOTT, now William PARNELL
                          south - to messuage (Bridewell), previously John CHAMPION, now Ashford Parish.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                         [56]
Occup. previously Elizabeth BOYS 

BOZIE deceased 12 March 1820, & by will dated 14 April 1817, property to wife Mary, who is admitted, 
& surrenders to persons in her will.

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16 May 1821    Lord Thomas DAWES. Steward George E. JEMMETT

Homage: Anthony HILLS, John ELLIOTT

Bailiff: William NORLEY

Charles BAKER, gent., held land called Sereland, 6 acres, & piece called the Meadow in corner of Sereland.
Occup. James PATTERSON, John MASCALL, now James HAMILTON.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/4d.

Surrendered to will, 5 December 1797. Died December 1800. By will 18 April 1798, property to trustees, wife
Caroline, John BAYLEY, stationer, & Francis WHITFELD, gent., for benefit of niece Sarah, wife of John AUSTEN 
& children.
Trustees admitted 16 October 1801.
Four children of Sarah AUSTEN now living, Mary AUSTEN, James AUSTEN, Ann, wife of John STEDDY,
Lieutenant R.N., & Baker AUSTEN.

Surrender to William FLINT of Ashford, watchmaker, but Norman GREENHILL complains. John DEE & Richard
ROE to prosecute FLINT by Daniel HANLON. 

At noon HANLON fails to appear.

Norman GREENHILL admitted & surrenders to 4 children of Sarah AUSTEN.

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Tuesday 22 May 1821   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Robert HOUGHTON & wife Elizabeth surrender to William KINGSLAND, of Pet Street, Wye, conditionally to
 secure 500 -
messuage or tenement in two dwellings & newly erected building, storehouse & manufactory with cottage
attached, built by HOUGHTON, and land previously described as 3 gardens to messuage, remainder now being
common drying yard, on west side of common footway abutting -
                          south - to lands of Vicar 1 rod 8ft. [24ft. 6in]
                          west - to land, previously Abraham FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN
                          east - to passage 7 1/2 rods 2ft. [125ft 9 in.]
                          north 1 rod 9ft. [25ft. 6in.]
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [339]
Occup. John BOURNE, previously Widow BENNETT & Sarah JACOB, previously WITT. 

HOUGHTON admitted, 29 April 1818, on surrender of Thomas STARTUP.
also : land                                                                                         Rent 8d.                           [340]
now 3 cottages, occup. William BROWN, [       ] BARTLETT & [           ]

[ Previous Court 19 April 1818    Next Court 3 January 1827]


ALSO - John TAPPENDEN, cabinet maker & wife Sarah surrender on sale to John JOY, bricklayer, consid. 
350, land abutting -
                          west - to messuage, previously William SMART, then PIKE, then William TOMSETT, now
                                                     TAPPENDEN 60 ft. 6in.
                          east - to lands, previously William BALDOCK, now William CARRICK 51ft.
                          north - to land of William BALDOCK, now garden occup. Stephen AUSTEN 60 ft. 6in.
                          south - to land of William BALDOCK, now common way. 69 ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [215b]

also -
land, now garden, occup. Stephen AUSTEN abutting -
                          west - to land previously BALDOCK, now Thomas NICKOLLS 85ft.
                          east - to land previously BALDOCK, now William CARRECK 83ft. 6in.
                          north - to land of George WALTER, previously LORD OF MANOR 61ft. 8in.
                          south - to land of William BALDOCK, then William TOMSETT, now TAPPENDEN 65ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [215b]

John JOY admitted, & then he & wife Sarah surrender to William Alexander ALLEN, tailor & draper, conditionally 
to secure 300 + interest.
[void at Court 22 December 1828]

JOY then surrenders to persons in his will.

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Thursday 20 June 1821    
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

William PHILLIPS of Bermondsey, grocer, surrrenders to Paul ANDREWS of Ashford, inkeeper, on sale 
consid. 148 -  shop, previously butchers, then glaziers, then dwelling, now hemp dressers, abutting -
                          north - to Butchery Lane (17 1/2 ft. x 7 1/2ft.)
                          south - to waste
                          east - to waste & footway
                          west - to tenement previously John LAMBIN, now Anthony HILLS
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d.                       [184]
Occup. Uriah FAULKNER, then William PHILLIPS, then Hester LEE, now John DAWSON 

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9 November 1821   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN, John ELLIOTT, & Anthony HILLS

By indtre. 6 December 1820 (1) John & Ann STEDDY & Mark DORMAN (2) Baker AUSTEN. Sale of 1/4 to 
Baker AUSTEN

Baker AUSTEN admitted to whole, then surrenders to persons in his will.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/4d                      [146]


Edward Jeremiah CURTEIS of Windmill Hill, Worthing, & William KENRICK of Broome, Batchworth, Surrey,
executors of Robert MASCALL, appoint William WALTER, victualler, & William FLINT, watchmaker as attorneys 
to surrender - 4 pieces of land, previously 2, Cherrygarden & Pondfield, 12 1/2 acres abutting -
                          west - to land of LORD OF MANOR, Lower Pell Hill, & of Robert MASCALL called 
                                                    Upper Pell Hill.
                          north - to Parsonage
                          east - to land of George FARBRACE & William WATERMAN, called Cowleeze
                          south - to lands of James PATTERSON & lands previously AUSTEN, then William 
                                                    WATERMAN, now William JEMMETT, ygr., & John HUTTON.
Now found to be 10 - 3 - 8p.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/8d x 3 = 20/-         [232]
Occup. Josias MACE, then John MILLER, then Robert MASCALL, now Edward CHITTENDEN.

MASCALL admitted 12 January 1803 on surrender of Josias MACE.


MASCALL abandoned & closed roadway from High Street to Gravelpit Lane, over other lands of MASCALL 
to land above, and built at place called Gravelpit close a new road on other land of MASCALL, purchased 
from Lewis WHITFELD.

MASCALL deceased 23 February 1815, & by will dated 24 June 1809, premises to trustees, son-in-law 
William KENRICK, brother-in-law Edward Jeremiah CURTEIS ( & John WOOLLETT deceased March 1819), 
who are admitted.

also
MASCALL held land (admitted on 14 April 1795 on surrender of Hunt JEFFREY of Folkestone) 5 1/2 
acres called Chalmead abutting -
                          east & south - to land previously Rebecca QUESTON,[ QUESTED?] then Hunt
                                                    JEFFERY, then Robert MASCALL.
                          west & south - to Hempstead Meadow
                          north & east - to land of Church.
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                           [246]
Occup. Henry THOMSETT, now George E. JEMMETT 

[ Previous Court 4 November 1816


Robert MASCALL was admitted 19th April 1797 on surrender of George TRITTON to moiety of 2 acres, 
part Hempstead Mead, now called Bull Meadow, with rowen of whole, abutting -
                          east - to lands previously Rebecca QUESTED [?QUESTON], then Hunt JEFFREY,
                                                    then MASCALL
                          south - to river
                          north & west - to lands of Church.
                                                                                                        Rent 3/2d x 2 = 6/4d         [320]
Occup. William TAYLOR, John BILLINGTON, now George E. JEMMETT

[ Previous Court 4 November 1816


ALSO
- George E. JEMMETT & William JEMMETT, junr., & John Major PEPPER of Bonnington, yeoman,
executors of John VIRRILL, appoint William WALTER & William FLINT as attornies.

John VIRRILL held land, with barn now 2 tenements, abutting -
                          west - to common way 65 ft.
                          east - to garden, previously PIKE, now Mark DORMAN 65 ft.
                          north - to woodhouse, previously WHITFELD, now HOUGHTON 28 ft.
                          south - to lands previously Grace WHITFELD, now Robert HOUGHTON 29 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [329]
Occup. Josias VIRRILL, then John VIRRILL, since widow Mary.


VIRRILL admitted 23rd October 1789 as son & heir of Josias, subject to interest of Abigail VIRRILL, widow 
[his mother] 
Abigail deceased [        ] 1795, John in May 1819.
By will dated 4 October 1816, property to executors, who are admitted.

[ Previous Court 23 October 1789 Next Court 9 December 1828]


Richard GREENHILL & wife Elizabeth surrender on sale, consid. 140 to John ELLIOTT of Ashford, stationer 
& watchmaker, premises to which he was admitted on common recovery 25 October 1793, on surrender of 
his brother Stephen who was devisee of his grandfather Stephen, moiety of shop,[other half from Court 22 
April 1778]  previously butchers 26 1/2ft. x 12 1/2 ft.  abutting -
                          east - to premises previously Ann COX, then John HOPE, now printing office of
                                                    John ELLIOTT
                          south & west - to Butchery
                          north - to messuage previously Mary COLT, widow, then James COSTEKER, then
                                                    James ROBART, now John ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6 1/2d x 2 = 5/1d   [145]
Occup. John BROAD, then Catherine ROGERS, now Robert COX

ELLIOTT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 1795 Next Court 1867]


ALSO
- William ELLIOTT of Ashford, maltster, deceased, held messuage & land, length 12 rods
[198 ft.], breadth 2 3/4 rods [45 ft. 4 1/2in.] abutting -
                          north & east - to messuage of devisee of Charles BAKER
                          west - to Pelhill Lane
                          south - to High Street [East Hill]
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [132]
Occup. William CARLING, then William, now Mary ELLIOTT, widow.

ELLIOTT deceased April 1821, & by will dated 2 April 1821 property to wife for life, then to children.

also
- for way or lane to Pelhill Lane, length 10 rods [165ft.] breadth 12 ft. from Highway at Ham's Corner 
to Gravelpit.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [133]
Mary ELLIOTT admitted.

[ Previous Court 5 November 1812    Next Court 10 April 1886]


Arthur APSLEY, previously of Ashford, carpenter, then of Boughton Blean, miller held land with 5 tenements 
(built by APSLEY), abutting -
                          east - to land previously Bertram THORNE, now Philip BOGHURST 82 ft.
                          west - to Drum or Hempstead Lane 87 ft.
                          north - to new messuage, previously George PHILPOT, now Wesleyan Meeting House of 
                                                    Edward CHITTENDEN, at 10 ft. 87 ft. 2in
                          south - to Churchfield Lane at 10 ft. 67 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [169b]
Occup. John HUMBLE, Edward RAYNER, James ROOTS, Daniel SAVAGE, & Alex. POWER 

APSLEY admitted 8 April 1797 on surrender by Bertram THORNE, and deceased March 1821. By will 20 
February 1813 to two sons John & Arthur APSLEY - 22 messuages, and 2 acres land and 5 messuages , 
subject to paying 1000 to daughter Margaret HILLS , widow.

John APSLEY admitted to moierty & surrenders to persons in his will.

Arthur APSLEY admitted to moiety & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 8 April 1797    Next Court 4 July 1840]


ALSO
- William CHAPMAN of Folkestone, previously linendraper, then druggist, held land 1 - 2p abutting -
                          south - to Churchfield, previous LORD OF MANOR, now G.E. JEMMETT
                          west - to footway churchyard/Churchfield
                          north - to garden, previously Thomas HAMMON, then Rev. Charles STODDART, now 
                                                    John VINSET
                          east - to lands previously Robert COOPER, then Richard, now William RABSON.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [90]
Occup. William TAYLOR, then John BACK , innkeeper, [BACK in Court 9 December 1828], then 
John CHAPMAN, then Nicholas MEARS, now Thomas NICKOLLS.

William CHAPMAN admitted [& Sarah MATE by will] 15 April 1789 as only son of John CHAPMAN.

William CHAPMAN deceased 1 February 1821, & by will 22 February 1819 premises to son Charles 
CHAPMAN, surgeon, of Luton, Beds.

Charles CHAPMAN admitted and then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 15 April 1789    Next Court 9 December 1828]


ALSO - Lifford BOURNE, carpenter, was admitted 12 October 1810 & 18 June 1813 to land with cottages 
erected by Edward HONISS, abutting -
                          north - to land, previously BALDOCK, now John PIERCE,called Back Lane 37ft.6in
                          south - to messuage, previously Edward HONISS, then Lifford, now Thomas BOURNE 36ft.
                          west - to garden, previously Edward HONISS, then Lifford, now Thomas BOURNE 68ft.6in
                          east - to buildings, previously Edward HONISS, then Lifford, now Thomas BOURNE 60ft.6in
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [164]
Occup. Thomas PIETY & William WEAVER, now Francis WORGER & Widow WEAVER. 

Lifford BOURNE deceased, 9 January 1820, intestate [ ? see below]. Premises to only brother Thomas BOURNE,
schoolmaster, subject to dower to Ann, widow of Lifford.

Thomas BOURNE admitted, and then, to fulfil wishes of his brother in will 16 July 1806, which did not pass the
copyhold premises, surrenders to Ann BOURNE for life.

ALSO
- for land, 3 gardens, abutting
                          north - to land previously BALDOCK, now PIERCE 38ft. 3in.
                          south - to land of heirs of Benjamin HARRISON, previously MARSH 35ft. 3in.
                          west - to lands previously Stephen GREENHILL, clerk, then John, now Thomas 
                                                    HAFFENDEN 60ft. 6in.
                          east - to lands late Lifford BOURNE 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d. x 3 = 1/-             [165]
Occup. late William NORLEY, Widow GODFREY, & [ ] HAMBROOK, now William NORLEY, 
Daniel CHITTENDEN, Isaac PUNNETT & others


also
- Lifford BOURNE held garden, with stables, previously barn, now huts or tenements, occupied 
previously Walter HIGGINS, [       ] HAMBROOK, Isaac PUNNETT & [       ] SKINNER, now [      ] TUNBRIDGE,
Isaac PUNNETT, & Vincer FOWLER , abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane of BALDOCK, now PIERCE 20ft. 6in.
                          south - to buildings, previously Richard BARRETT,now William SIDDERS 20ft. 6in
                          east- to land previously Richard BARRETT, now William SIDDERS 60ft. 6in.
                                                                              [Said to be 6d. on admission] Rent 1 2/3rds x 3 = 5d. [166]
Ann BOURNE admitted as above.

[ Previous Court 18 June 1813    Next Court 15 January 1835]


ALSO
- Henry CREED was admitted 15 April1789, on surrender of Deborah ELSE to messuage or 
tenement 11' 6 1/2" x 14' 4" abutting -                          
                          east - to messuage previously ELSE, then CREED, now SOLLY
                          north - to Butchery ( Shambles front now pulled down)
                          west - to land previously with messuage, fenced with posts & rails, previously VIRRILL, then
                                                     CREED, who built premises thereon.
                          south - to copyhold messuage, previously VIRRILL, then CREED
                                                                                                        Rent 9/-                           [115 + 185]


also
- CREED admitted on surrender of Joseph VIRRILL & wife Abigail to messuage adjoining -
                          north - to messuage previously ELSE, sold to CREED, & small piece of land, previously with
                                                    messuage,previously VIRRILL, sold to CREED, who built thereon.
                          west - to waste of LORD OF MANOR, leading from Butchery to Churchyard
                          south - to common way.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/8d                         [330]
[less 1/6d to SOLLY = 3/2d]
33ft. 4in. x 12ft. 5in.,occup. Thomas AUSTEN, then William PHILLIPS.


also
- CREED admitted on surrender of VIRRILL to land, previously with messuage, now fenced with posts & 
rails, then built on by CREED 12ft. x 5ft. abutting -
                          west - to waste of LORD OF MANOR, previously with shop of Robert COWTON
                          north - to Butchery (Shambles then lately pulled down)
                          east - to messuage, previously ELSE, then CREED
                          south - to messuage, previously VIRRILL, then CREED
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [331]
Occup. Thomas AUSTEN 

Soon after purchase CREED demolished houses of ELSE & on site & that of VIRRILL enclosed with posts, he 
built a messuage under one roof with that of VIRRILL, converted to 3 dwellings, previously occupied by Joseph
SOLLY, John LEEDS & Norman TOOKEY, now Joseph SOLLY, Widow SPARKS, & Widow LEEDS.

CREED surrendered to Henry SOLLY one messuage, previously ELSE, rent 7/8d                        [114 + 183] 
and part of premises previously occupied by VIRRILL at                        rent of 4/8d.,
E -> W on S 12ft. 8in. & S -> N 12ft.5in. adjoining -
                          north - to messuage @ 7/8d surrendered by SOLLY,(front part of house)
                          west - to residue of premises of VIRRILL
                          south - to common lane
                          east - to messuage of Richard HAMMON

SOLLY admitted @ 1/6d, part of 4/8d.

CREED deceased [ ] August 1820, & by will dated 13 July 1809, premises to executors, Widow Martha 
CREED, John THURSTON, William WHITFELD, & Stephen TOURNAY, as trustees for sale.

Trustees admitted @ 2 x 6/7d (part of 9/-, 3/2d & 1/-) x 2
Rents 9/- + 3/2d + 1/- = 13/2d, now to be consolidated, and two new dwelling houses occupied by Widow LEEDS
& Widow SPARKS, chargeable @ 6/7d each. 
SPARKS -> on north 10' 9", on west 27', south 10' east to messuage occupied by LEEDS 
LEEDS -> on east of  other messuages.


ALSO - John HORTON held land ,30p, previously Hempspot E -> W 4 1/2 rods, 14ft. [88ft. 3in]; N -> S 6 1/2 rods
[107ft. 3in] abutting -
                          south - to backside of gardens, previously John HORTON, now his son John Bennett HORTON.
                          east - to yard, previously George SINNOTT, now garden of capital messuage previously 
                                                    Robert MASCALL, now John APSLEY
                          north - to lands previously John WATERMAN, then Lewis WHITFELD, then Robert MASCALL,
                                                     now William JEMMETT
                          west - to gardens & backside, previously Thomas COLE, now Mary, widow of Lewis WHITFELD.
                                                                                                        Rent 2 1/2d.                      [180]
Occup. John MASCALL, then Robert MASCALL & heirs of Josias PATTERSON, now John APSLEY, & 
William JEMMETT, ygr.


By indtres. 5/6 September 1770 (1) John HORTON & eldest son J.B. HORTON, (2) Richard FITCH of Pluckley 
(3) Mary FITCH, one of his daughters (marriage settlement).

John HORTON deceased 19 April 1776. Widow Mary admitted 18 October 1776.
John Bennett HORTON died during the lifetime of his mother, who died 8 October 1806. Widow (of J.B. HORTON)
Mary, admitted 31 October 1808.
Mary HORTON deceased [ ] February 1820
Citing indtre. 31 December - marriage settlement Richard Fitch HORTON and Catherine WELLS.
By will of John Bennett HORTON dated 10 December 1805, premises to Richard Fitch HORTON. Richard Fitch
HORTON deceased 1 September 1814.
Catherine HORTON admitted.

[ Previous Court 31 October 1808    Next Court 30 May 1835]

Proclamations of deaths :
George JEMMETT - second proclamation of death
George NORWOOD, surviving trustee of Thomas WITHERDEN - first proclamation
Moyle BRETON - first proclamation of death.

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Saturday, 19 January 1822    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

William ALLEN & wife Mary held land & barn, previously 10 acres ( in field called Ten Acres), now found to be 
11 acres (from which 1/2 acre sold for Barrack Yard.) abutting -
                          east - to land of ALLEN called The Orchard
                          west - to land of ALLEN called Six Acres
                          north - to land of Poor of Parish (now occupied Pierce ANDREWS) part of Barrack ground, 
                                  land now garden, occup. Daniel GOOD, lands of Thomas JOY & lands of William
                                  DEEDES, previously WILMOT.
                          south - to land previously Stephen TOURNAY, now EARL OF THANET, & other land of ALLEN.
                                                                                                        Rent 16/4d }                         [288]
                                                              also: for part of Barrack Yard Rent 1/-     }
Occup. James FLINT, now William ALLEN.

ALLEN admitted 6 May 1811, on surrender of Thomas RUTTON, and now surrenders to John SILLS of 
Ashford, grocer.

also: land previously 11 acres, recently divided into 3 fields - 
Barrow Hill Barn Pasture     6 - 1 - 17p
First Ram Field                  3 - 2 - 5p
Second Ram Field              3 - 0 - 0 p   
                                      [12 - 3 - 22p]
abutting -
                          east - to Ten Acres & land, previously TOURNAY, now EARL OF THANET
                          west - to freehold land, previously ALLEN, now EARL OF THANET
                          south - to land of ALLEN called Nineteen Acres.
                          north - to Barrack Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d                       [287]
Occup. previously FLINT, now ALLEN 

also: Nineteen (or Twenty ) Acres                                                        Rent 8/11d                      [290]

also: Part of Nineteen (or Twenty) Acres                                               Rent 2/3d                       [283]

SILLS admitted conditionally to secure 1200 + interest

[ Previous Court 16 February 1815    Next Court 29 March 1832 ]

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8 May 1822    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN, John ELLIOTT, & Anthony HILLS

William RABSON surrenders on sale consid. 100 to John WORGER, land abutting -
                          east - to copyhold land of WORGER 38 ft.
                          west - to copyhold land of George LEPINE 41ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 25 ft.
                          north - to messuage of WORGER, previously GELLIBRAND 25 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [224]
with building used as Congregational Chapel, pastor Robert KEMP


WORGER admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 29 October 1822    Next Court 24 July 1860]

ALSO
-
James Cathrow DISNEY of College of Arms, devisee of Anna Maria DISNEY of Ashford, widow, has taken 
the additional surname of DISNEY, and appoints William FLINT & Thomas Paterson ANDERSON, of 
Ashford, gent., as attorneys.

Rev. William DISNEY [Vicar of Pluckley 1777 - 1807] & wife Anna Maria were admitted as devisees of Elizabeth
SMYTH of Ashford, at Court 16 October 1801 to stable etc., previously 2 tenements, near Castle Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                        [351]
Occup. Francis WHITFELD, clerk, then Samuel MUNN, then Elizabeth SMYTH, then William DISNEY, 
late Anna Maria DISNEY.


abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane 24ft.
                          south - to messuage previously William HONISS, now William ALLEN, & to brewhouse,
                                                     previously Elizabeth SMYTH, then DISNEY 55ft.6in
                          north & east - to lands previously George ROBINSON, now Charles HAFFENDEN 42 ft.3in.
                          east 10 ft. 4in & in middle N -> S 10 ft.

William DISNEY deceased [28] March 1807 & Anna Maria May 1820 [see DNB]


By will dated 25 March 1819, premises in her occupation, part freehold, part copyhold to James CATHROW
of College of Arms. 
CATHROW-DISNEY admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 16 October 1802    Next Court 7 September 1826]

Proclamations : -
No persons claims land of George JEMMETT, & these to be siezed by Bailiff, William NORLEY.

Second notice of death of George NORWOOD & Moyle BRETON.

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Monday 6 January 1823   
Special Court Baron - same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Moyle BRETON, LLD., of Kennington held 3 pieces of land called Hookwood, Further & Nether Goldmead, 
28 acres, abutting -
                          north - to lands previously [George ]ROOKE, then Francis WHITFELD, now EARL OF THANET,
                                                     called Shetfield, & lands previously Isaac RUTTON, now devisee Lewis
                                                     WHITFELD called Perilacre.
                          east - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then Francis WHITFELD, now THANET
                                                    called Middle Acre & Bennetts Brooke.
                          south - to lands of RUTTON, now devisee of Lewis WHITFELD
                          west - to river.
                                                                                                        Rent 36/-                         [225]
Also: rowen of 5 1/2 acres in Perilacre.

Occup. John MASCALL, then Edward DERING,ygr., then Robert MASCALL, now Francis WHITFELD & 
George ELLIOTT 

BRETON deceased 13 April 1821. Will proved PCC 8 May 1821.

Sale to Francis WHITFELD who is admitted.


ALSO : for 2 pieces land now called Sheephouse Field & Upland Piece (previously 3 pieces) 28 acres, abutting -
                          east & north - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then Francis WHITFELD, now
                                                    EARL OF THANET, called Shetfield
                          south - to lands previously heirs of John SAWKINS, then James HEAD, now James WALL,
                                                     lands of David LADD, lands of trustees of Edward HUNTER & river.
                          west & north - to lands called Netherland & Goldmead.
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                          [226]
Occup. John MASCALL etc., as above. 

Francis WHITFELD admitted as above.

[ Previous Court 18 February 1818    Next Court 28 February 1829]

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Monday 24 February 1823   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

William SIDDERS of Ashford, grocer & wife Elizabeth surrendered conditionally land at Court 21 August 1818, 
to John LEEDS, now deceased, moiety previously Matthew BACK, of land called Tilton, with stable, previously
occupied Francis NORWOOD, NOW with Candle or Tallow House, built by SIDDERS, abutting -
                          east - to land of devisee of Thomas REEVE
                          north - to land of John PIERCE of Canterbury, brewer.
                          south - to land previously Josias BOSWORTH & wife Mary, now SIDDERS
                          west - to premises of devisee of Lifford BOURNE
                                                                                                        Rent 6d. X 2 = 1/-
Occup. Elizabeth SMALL, widow, then Frances NORWOOD & Henry TRICE, then John SIDDERS & 
Ann TAYLOR.

John LEEDS deceased 8 January 1819, & by will dated 18 December 1818 appointed executors John LEEDS 
of Hythe, grocer, & George ELLIOTT of Ashford, cornfactor, [son-in-law]

SIDDERS & wife surrender on sale to Edward SIMONDS, of Ashford, gent., consid. 550 for principal and interest.

Premises now occupied by William SCOTT & Ann TAYLOR

also
: for other moiety                                                                                                                [32]

SIMONDS admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 21 August 1818    Next Court 19 January 1838 ]

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Thursday 16 April 1823   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Robert HOUGHTON & wife Elizabeth surrendered 11 December 1806 to James BOSEDEN of Bethersden, 
to secure 250 + interest to land with stable, now houses & smith's forge, abutting -
                          east - to garden way to Churchyard
                          south - to land now John Boys DOWNE 32ft. 8in
                          west - to garden previously Richard, now William RABSON 51ft.
                          north - to churchyard 31ft. 10 1/4in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [235]
Occup. William MATE, then Robert HOUGHTON & William POPE,ygr., then Henden HOUGHTON, now 
[       ] GOODWIN & [       ] WRIGHT & Jeremiah BONIFACE

James BOSEDEN deceased 20 April 1822 & by will 10 March 1822, executors George SMALL of Bethersden 
& nephew John BOSEDEN of Appledore.

Executors of BOSEDEN admitted conditionally.

Robert HOUGHTON surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 11 December 1806    Next Court 3 January 1827 ]

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Wednesday 26 August 1823
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Thomas Bridge SIMPSON of Southwark, hardwareman, appoints William FLINT & Thomas Paterson 
ANDERSON attorneys.

Peter RABSON, shopkeeper, surrenders to SIMPSON on sale, consid. 300, messuage, previously barn & 
stable, previously currier's shop, now slaughterhouse, abutting -
                          east - to footway 112ft. 6in.
                          south - to Back Lane 31ft. 2in.
                          west - to premises of Anthony HILLS & garden of John ELLIOTT
                          north - to churchyard 25ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                          [346]
Occup. Thomas HERITAGE, then Odiarne WILKS & John LAWSON (carrier), late WILKS & James 
HICKMOT, butcher, now Humphrey CHITTENDEN, Anthony HILLS, butcher & John EATHERDEN 

SIMPSON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 6 April 1774    Next Court 18 December 1833]

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Monday 24 November 1823
Same Lord & Steward

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

Proclamation of death of Richard HAMMON.

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23 December 1823
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Thomas NICKALLS of Ashford, draper & wife Susannah surrender on sale, consid. 45 to John TAPPENDEN 
of Ashford, cabinet maker, land on east 20 1/2 ft. abutting -
                          north - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, now heirs of George WALTER
                          west - to land previously Thomas COLE, now heirs of George FARBRACE 22 1/2ft.
                          south - (open to) freehold land of NICKALLS to be sold to TAPPENDEN , 871/2 FT. previously
                                                     part & at west end of Little Tilton, previously William BALDOCK, then 
                                                    William, then Catherine VAHAN
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [215c]

NICKALLS admitted 15 May 1812

Occup. Thomas NICKALLS 

John TAPPENDEN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Last Court 15 May 1812    Next Court 14 December 1866 ]

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Monday 2 February 1824
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & Anthony HILLS

George KILLICK, previously of Ashford, now Dover, draper, & wife Elizabeth surrender on sale, consid. 900, 
to Joseph JENNINGS, hairdresser, messuage & shop abutting -
                          east - to shop below (26ft.) of KILLICK
                          south - to shop of William HAYWARD
                          west & north - to highway

with land called Twitton, abutting -
                          north & east - to land of William RABSON
                          west & south - to shop below of KILLICK
                                                                                                        Rent 10/8d                       [211]
Occup. previously George KILLICK, now John BOORMAN 

These premises, with those of KILLICK @ 9d. rebuilt by him from the foundation & made one shop, the north 
& west sides of ground floor & side door and passage at east end of tenements above, occupying the whole 
north front of the said [new] premises.

Also
: shop abutting -
                          west - to shop of KILLICK above
                          east - to shop if William RABSON
                          north - to highway
                          south - to other shop of KILLICK
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                           [212]
Occup. John BOORMAN. Rebuilt as above. 

KILLICK admitted 31 January 1814 on surrender of Robert THATCHER, draper.

JENNINGS admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

JENNINGS then surrenders to Thomas NICKALLS, gent., to secure 500 by indtre. 2 February 1824.

[ repaid - Court 21 December 1831 ]

[ Previous Court 31 January 1814    Next Court 9 April 1832]

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Wednesday 20 October 1824   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Francis NORWOOD & wife Elizabeth surrender to William Finch HATTON of Eastwell Park, on sale consid. 
100 for 2 acres land, part of Southmead in Kennington, abutting -
                          southeast - to place called Prentistile in corner of Southmead
                          west & north - to lands previously SHORTER, then Francis NORWOOD, now HATTON
                          east & south - to river Stour

& rowen of the whole of Southmead.
                                                                                                        Rent 9/4d.                       [106]
Occup. Samuel & James FLINT, then John MATSON, then Francis NORWOOD, now Stephen FOORD 

NORWOOD admitted 28 February 1811 on surrender of J. Downe COLLINS.

[ Previous Court 28 February 1811     Next Court 25 October 1895]

HATTON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

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22 November 1824   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Anthony HILLS & John ELLIOTT

Second proclamation of the death of Richard HAMMON

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Saturday 11 December 1824 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & William RABSON

Anthony HILLS & wife Margaret held shop, conditionally surrendered to Edward BARTON to secure 300, 
being corner shop abutting -
                          east - to shop previously John LAMBIN, then Elizabeth COUTTS @ 4/-
                          south - to house of HILLS (@ 1/2d.) & other premises @ 8d.
                          north & west - to Butchery
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                          [58]

Loan not repaid, & 307- 10 - 0d now due. Edward BARTON admitted.

Also for premises @ 4d. [x 2 = 57] & 1 1/2d [x 2 = 59]

Edward BARTON admitted unconditionally

[ Previous Court 28 April 1819    Next Court 18 April 1836]

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Monday, 28 March 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Margaret Elizabeth GOLD, widow, (nee APSLEY), surrenders to Rev. John NANCE,D.D., on sale consid. 
300, land with messuage in 2 dwellings abutting -
                          east - to footway Churchyard/Beaver 49ft.6in.
                          south - to Churchyard 27ft.6in
                          west - to lands of Grammar School 60ft.6in.
                          north - to lands previously Elizabeth HAMMON, now Rev. NANCE 15ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [18]
Occup. previously Thomas JACOB & Peter RABSON, then Edward BARRETT,taylor, & Mary SEARLES, 
spinster, then one part John GODFREY, now Margaret Elizabeth GOLD, & Widow OXLEY. 

Margaret Elizabeth GOLD (by mother, as minor) 23 October 1789.

NANCE admitted, & surrenders to persons in his will.

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Tuesday 29 March 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Edward CHITTENDEN, blacksmith & ironmonger, admitted 8 July 1802 on surrender of Thomas & Mary FLINT 
to premises abutting -
                          east - to lands previously Grace WHITFELD, now Thomas STARTUP
                          south - to land previously garden of Samuel FLINT 20ft.6in.
                          west - to land previously Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN 6 pole 4ft. [103ft.]
                          north - to freehold messuage previously Thomas FLINT, then Edward CHITTENDEN, now 
                                                    John THURSTON 16ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                        [118]
Occup. Elizabeth DAWSON, widow, then Thomas FLINT, now Edward CHITTENDEN.

At Court 11 December 1806, CHITTENDEN was trustee for James ODDEN of Westwell, & by indtre 3 July 1802 
(1) Thomas FLINT (2) Edward CHITTENDEN (3) James ODDEN, surrendered moiety to Humphrey CHITTENDEN.
Reverted to Edward CHITTENDEN 23 March 1818.

By commission of bankruptcy dated 22 February 1822, & indtre 5 January 1825, premises sold to John THURSTON of Ham Street, carpenter.

[ see next below]


Tuesday 29 March 1825   
Lord Thomas DAWES Steward: George E. JEMMETT

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Edward CHITTENDEN, blacksmith & ironmonger, admitted 8 July 1802 to land -
 as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON  
(1)    as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON    Rent 10d.               [118]
(2)    as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON    Rent 2 1/2d            [119]
(3)    as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON    Rent 8 1/2d            [120]
(4)    as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON    Rent 1/-                 [125]
(5)    as 23 March 1818, but north abuttal to messuage of John THURSTON    Rent 8d                 [pt.182]

Edward CHITTENDEN bankrupt, by Commissioners in Bankruptcy, dated at Westminster 22 February 1822.

By indtre., 5 January 1825 beween (1) Commissioners Arthur MALE, Thomas MOTE & John RAWLINGS 
(2) George YATES & Henry STANFORD, described as assignees (3) Edward CHITTENDEN (4) Grace MILLEN,
widow (5) Humprey CHITTENDEN (6) George E. JEMMETT & John CHITTENDEN, yeomen (7) John THURSTON 
of Ham Street, in parish of Orlestone, carpenter.

Sale of premises for 450 to THURSTON, who is admitted.

[ Previous Court 23 March 1818    Next Court 4 July 1825 ]

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Wednesday 4 May 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Henden HOUGHTON, baker & wife Amy surrender to John HUTTON, miller, cond. to secure 550 + interest.


messuage in Ashford abutting -
                          west - to Corn Market 24 ft.
                          east - to tenement previously Joan MATTHEWS, widow, then Henry STROUD, now 
                                                    James BARNES 22ft. 2 1/2in.
                          south - to lane to Church
                          north - to lane to Butchery 36 ft. and land enclosed with posts on south part.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                        [296]
occup. John SCOTT, then Messrs. LITTLE & CRANSTONE, then Messrs. BARNARD & BUDD, now 
Henden HOUGHTON

John HUTTON admitted conditionally.

[ Previous Court 7 February 1819   Next Court 6 April 1848 ]

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Monday 4 July 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John THURSTON of Ham Street, carpenter, & wife Hannah surrender to Sarah MILLEN of Ashford, (widow of
Thomas MILLEN of Challock, limeburner,) James MILLEN of Westwell, farmer & John MILLEN, of
Challock, husbandman,
                                                                                                                  [118, 119, 124, 125, pt.182]
all property as at Court 25 March 1825 conditional on 790 not being paid, with interest @ 4%. 
Indtre. of mortgage 15 June 1825.

[ Previous Court 29 March 1825    Next Court 14 July 1835]

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29 July 1825    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & Mark DORMAN

Richard HAMMON of Ashford, upholsterer, admitted 3 May 1805 on surrender of Benjamin & Ann DANN to land, 
3 pieces, one previously with shop occup. Robert PALMER, saddler, lying to another shop, previously occupied 
by Thomas WESTALL, of LORD OF MANOR, (both demolished & laid to be part of street), to west, and abutting -
                          south - to footway
                          east - to toft, previously butcher's shop occupied by Gilbert BOURNE
                          north - to High Street
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                           [170A]
At same Court, Richard & Sarah Abigail HAMMON surrendered conditionally to William KINGSLAND to 
secure 400.

HAMMON deceased 5 May 1823, & by will 18 April 1823, premises to widow Sarah Abigail for life, then to 
John TUNBRIDGE, postmaster, & Sarah, wife of Thomas SAMSON of Rye, uphosterer, son & daughter of 
Sarah Abigail by her first husband. Proved ACC 22 August 1823 [shoud be 23 April??] 107/61

Sarah Abigail HAMMON admitted, and then KINGSLAND accepts loan now repaid.

Sarah Abigail HAMMON, John TUNBRIDGE & Sarah SAMSON (nee TUNBRIDGE,now widow), surrender to 
John TUNBRIDGE on sale, consid. 250.

John TUNBRIDGE admitted.


also
- for land, part with kitchin, 16ft. x 15ft., previously occupied by Anthony HILLS,jun., then Sarah PARKS,
abutting -
                          north - the messuage of HAMMON, occup. Sarah PARKS
                          east - to messuage peviously Abraham FLINT, then Thomas FLINT, then James ODDEN &
                                                     Edward CHITTENDEN
                          south - to building erected by John DAY
                          west - to messuage owned & occupied by HAMMON
                                                                                                        Rent 1 1/2d + 3/4d = 2 1/4d. [170B]

John TUNBRIDGE admitted as above.


also
- Richard HAMMON held land with workshop lately erected on northern part, abutting -
                          east - to garden, previously Joan MATTHEWS, then HOOKER, then FLINT then 
                                                    Edward CHITTENDEN
                          south - to lands of Vicar
                          west - to Churchyard
                          north - to premises previously John HOOKER, in right of wife, then John PAYNE
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d [1 farthing]      [170C]
Occup. Anthony HILLS & John JOHNSON, then Sarah PARKS & Richd. HAMMON.

John TUNBRIDGE admitted as above.

[ Previous Court 3 May 1805 Next Court 20 December 1838]


also
- Richard HAMMON admitted 29 October 1806 on surrender of John PAYNE to land abutting -
                          south - to garden previously FLINT, then CHITTENDEN 38ft. 11in.
                          north - to land of HAMMON, previously DAY 38ft. 6in.
                          east - to land of Edward CHITTENDEN 17ft. 2in.
                          west - to land of HAMMON, previously DAY 19ft. 4in.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [182A]
with tenement occupied by Thomas FOWLER, now Richard SPEED.

John TUNBRIDGE admitted as above, & surrenders to persons in his will.

ALSO : John & Sarah TUNBRIDGE then surrender to William KINGSLAND to secure 500.

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Monday 26 September 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John Boys DOWNE of Wye, miller, & wife Elizabeth surrender to John HUTTON of Ashford, miller, - garden 22ft. 
x 32ft., with building now stable & granary abutting -
                          north - to garden, previously Thomas MATTHEWS, now built on by Robert HOUGHTON
                          west - to garden of William RABSON
                          south - to Churchfield
                          east - to way to Churchyard from Churchfield.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [110]
Occup. John ASHDOWN 

John HUTTON admitted.

[ Previous Court 30 October 1820    Next Court 26 June 1835]

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Monday 31 October 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Baker AUSTEN of Hothfield, yeoman, & wife Jane surrender land called Sereland, 6 acres, & piece called 
Meadow in corner of Sereland.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/4d.                      [146]
Occup. Josias PATTERSON, then John MASCALL, then Charles BAKER, then James HAMILTON, now 
Baker AUSTEN, widow HOUGHTON & Samuel STEDDY.

Baker AUSTEN admitted 9 November 1821, and now surrenders to William KINGSLAND, of Pet Street,
Wye, yeoman, conditionally to secure 500, as by indtre 11 October 1825.

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Wednesday 16 November 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN, Mark DORMAN, & John ELLIOTT.

Proclamation of deaths of -
SACKVILLE, EARL OF THANET
Paul ANDREWS
William HAYWARD
Robert HOUGHTON

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Saturday 17 December 1825   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

William CARRECK of Ashford, bricklayer, surrenders to Belinda & Elizabeth WORGER of Ashford, spinsters, 
both moieties of land with tenement built by CARRECK, in his occupancy, & other tenements built by him,
abutting -
                          west - to lands of William BALDOCK, then William TOMSETT, now John JOY
                          west & east - to other lands previously BALDOCK, now John PIERCE
                          north - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, now George & William WALTER
                          south - to common way.
on north & south 33 ft. On east & west 129ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [215d]
CARRECK admitted 1800 on surrender by BALDOCK.

Belinda & Elizabeth WORGER admitted, conditionally to secure 250.

[ Previous Court 2 May 1800    Next Court 18 December 1833 ]

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Wednesday 11 January 1826   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Henry SOLLY, late of Ashford, now of Rye, cordwainer, surrenders to William PIETY of Ashford, fisherman, 
on sale, consid. 400, shop, abutting -
                          east - to messuage of John TUNBRIDGE, previously Richard HAMMON 14ft. 4in.
                          west - to messuage of Henry CREED
                          north - to Butchery, now High Street 13ft. 4in
                          south - to other part of messuage, occupied by John SMITH, previously VIRRILL
                                                                                                        Rent 7/8d.                       [114]
Occup. Henry SOLLY, now John SMITH 

SOLLY admitted 17 June 1811 on surrender of Henry CREED.

William PIETY admitted.

also
: for kitchen at back part of messuage above, E -> W on south 12ft. 8in. S -> N 12ft. 5in.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d.                         [330a]

William PIETY admitted, and surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 17 June 1811 Next Court 16 December 1881]

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Wednesday 12 April 1826   
Same Lord & Steward.

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John BILLINGTON of Kennington, rector of Kenardington, & Vicar of Boughton Aluph surrenders to George 
William FINCH - HATTON, of Eastwell on sale & exchange on marriage settlement 23 July 1814 : HATTON &
Georgiana Charlotte GRAHAM, eldest daughter of James, DUKE OF MONTROSE. land 1 1/2 acres in meadow 
at Bybrook, & rowen of whole meadow, abutting -
                          north - to other lands of BILLINGTON, also conveyed.
                          west - to land previously Lewis WHITFELD, then Moyle BRETON, John BILLINGTON, 
                                                    also conveyed.
                          east - to river
                                                                                                        Rent 6/10d                       [129]
Occup. Stephen GREENHILL 


BILLINGTON admitted 14 April 1803.

George William FINCH - HATTON admitted

[ Previous Court 14 April 1803     Next Court 25 October 1895]

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Thursday, 7 September 1826   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

James Cathrow DISNEY appoints Charles NORWOOD, surgeon, as attorney to surrender to Thomas STARTUP 
on sale, consid. [ blank ] stable, etc. near Castle Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d. [halfpenny]     [351]
Occupied by Francis WHITFELD, Samuel MUNN, Elizabeth SMYTH & Felicia SMYTH, Rev. William & Anna 
Maria DISNEY, then Captain John TRITTON, now Thomas STARTUP.

STARTUP admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Prev. Court 8 May 1822    Next Court 14 September 1874]

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Monday 4 December 1826   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT, Mark DORMAN & Thomas ALLEN

Paul ANDREWS of Ashford, victualler, held shop (admitted 20 June 1821 on surrender of William PHILLIPS).
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d                         [184]
By will dated 23 September 1825, premises to Edward STODDART & Henry Loftie RUTTON, as trustees for sale.
Deceased 7 October 1825. 

Trustees admitted.

Second proclamation of deaths of 
EARL OF THANET, 
William HAYWARD, 
Robert HOUGHTON.

[ Prev. Court 20 June 1821 Next Court 14 September 1847

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3 January 1827   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & George LEPINE

Robert HOUGHTON surrendered 2 May 1821, conditionally, to William KINGSLAND of Pet Street, Wye, yeoman -
(1) messuage or tenement, late John VIRRILL, now occupied by Widow STEVENS & Saul LEWIS, and other
tenements near, now occupied by Robert MILLS, David FOSTER, Charlotte BARNARD, spinster, Widow
BARNARD & [         ] BALDOCK, lying between yard.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [340 A& B]
[ Previous Court 22 May 1821    Next Court 27 November 1838 ]


Elizabeth HOUGHTON, widow, Robert KETTLE & Henden HOUGHTON admitted (on same conditions) as 
devisees of Robert HOUGHTON.

(2) Also : for other properties at rents of 5d -
messuage in 2 dwellings, occupied by Sarah JACOB & [W.     ] WEEKES, late FAIRBRASS, now occupied 
by Widow HOMEWOOD & Peter YOUNG, and newly erected storehouse & manufactory, with cottage attached,
( under same roof), built by Robert HOUGHTON on land previosly described as 3 gardens to above, & on ground
described as garden of Robert HOUGHTON, part now common drying yard, abutting -
                          [?] west - to common path to necessary houses [should be east]
                          south - to lands of Vicarage
                          west - to land of Edward CHITTENDEN, now John THURSTON
                          east - to common way.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                          [339]
on north 1 rod 9ft. [25 1/2ft.]; south 1 rod 8ft. [24 1/2ft.]; west 7 1/2rods 2ft. [ 125ft. 9in.]

[ Previous Court 22 May 1821    Next Court 27 N ovember 1838 ]


(3) Also : for land with buildings, previously forge, now warping room, abuts -
                          north - to gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 7ft. 7in.
                          west - to land previously GELLIBRAND, now John WORGER 65ft. 1in.
                          east - to land previously Charles FAGG, now Joseph SKINNER 76ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                     [347]
Occup. John PATEY, then Robert HOUGHTON, now Elizabeth HOUGHTON .

HOUGHTON admitted 1 January 1813, on surrender of William MACKESON of Hythe, brewer, & wife Harriet.

[ Previous Court 31 January 1814 Next Court 27 November 1838 ]


(4) Also - land with stable, converted to dwelling & smith's forge, abutting -
                          east - to way from Churchyard to Churchfield
                          south - to lands previously John Boys DOWNE, now John ASHDOWN 32'8"
                          west - to garden, previously Peter, now William RABSON 51'
                          north - to Churchyard 31' 10 1/4"
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [235]
Occup. William MATE, then Robert HOUGHTON & William POPE,jnr., then Henden HOUGHTON, now 
[      ] GOODWIN, [      ] WRIGHT, & [      ]

Admitted on 16 April 1823 on surrender of George SMALL & John BOSEDEN, executors, & Mary Ann, Samuel 
& James KNIGHT, heirs of James BOSEDEN of Bethersden.

[ Next Court 27 November 1838]

Sale to Mark DORMAN for 260 of part of (1)

Reserved to HOUGHTON, land with 3 cottages. on north 1 1/2 rods, west 1 1/2rods 13ft. [24 3/4' x 37 3/4' ]

DORMAN admitted at                                                                       rent of 2d.                          [pt. 340]

[ Next Court 27 October 1854]

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Wednesday 23 January 1827   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Mark DORMAN & Thomas ALLEN

William PILCHER, previously victualler, & wife Sarah, surrender on sale to John NORLEY of Ashford, victualler,
consid. 255 - land 3 acres at Barrowhill, occupied by Samuel FLINT, then Stephen HILLS, then PILCHER, 
now NORLEY, called Jackhare's Croft, abutting -
                          north or north west - to turnpike road to Great Chart
                          north & north east - to lands previously Matthias RUTTON, then William ALLEN, now EARL 
                                                    OF THANET
                          south or south west - to lands previously RUTTON, then Comfort FILMER, then William
                                                     PILCHER, now sold to NORLEY
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [292]
PILCHER admitted 27 November 1821 on surrrender of Elizabeth COBB.

NORLEY admitted and then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court          Next Court 9 April 1832]

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7 February 1827   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Thomas WHITEWOOD, carpenter of Hinxhill, deceased, & wife Jane , also deceased, were admitted 18 October
1799, on surrender of John PART, shoemaker, conditionally to secure 150 + interest , one shop etc., & land
since built on, abutting -
                          east - to Church Lane
                          south - to way to Church
                          north - to passage
                          west - to tenement then of William STROUD
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Occup. Thomas NEWTON, then Elizabeth PIERCE, widow, then John PART 

John PART deceased 17 December 1810, leaving widow Jane, & son Jude (since deceased), aged 12 years.
Jane admitted to moiety at Court 17 June 1811 & other for son.

Jude PART deceased 30 March 1818, intestate, leaving only sister Mary PART, who was admitted at Court 
30 October 1820, premises then occupied by Jane PART, abutting now to messuage previously William STROUD, now James BARNES.

Jane PART deceased 29 March 1825.
Thomas WHITEWOOD deceased 9th February 1826. By will dated 3 December 1822, executors wife Judith
(deceased 9 July 1826) & nephews William and Thomas WHITEWOOD, but no devisee of above premises.

Premises to William WHITEWOOD, being eldest son of William WHITEWOOD, eldest brother of Thomas.

Debt. now paid by Ann PART of Kennington, spinster.

Premises now sold to Ann PART, consid. 160.                                                                        [159]

Ann PART admitted.

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9 December 1828   
Same Lord and Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

(a) George ELWICK & William JEMMETT, gents., & John Major PEPPER of Bonnington, farmer, devisees 
under the will of John VIRRILL, of Ashford, gent., appoint William WALTER, innkeeper, & William FLINT,
watchmaker, their attorneys to surrender - land, lately garden, part with barn converted to two tenements, 
abutting -
                          west - 65ft. - to common way to necessary houses
                          east - 65ft. - to tenement of James & Mark DORMAN
                          north - 28ft. - to 3 cottages lately erected by Robert HOUGHTON on site of woodhouse
                          south - 29ft. - lands of Robert HOUGHTON
in St. John's Lane, occup. Joseph VIRRILL then John VIRRILL, then Mary, his widow, now unoccupied.
Devisees admitted at Court 9 March 1821
Surrendered to Mark DORMAN, currier. 
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [329]
Afterwards, Mark DORMAN & wife Mary Ann, surrender on sale to Robert KETTLE of Ashford, victualler, for 40.
KETTLE admitted. 

[ Previous Court 9 November 1821    Next Court 16 March 1838]

(b) Charles CHAPMAN of Tooting, surgeon, late of Luton, appoints Weller NORWOOD of Charing [ ? ], & William
MATE of Ashford, saddler, as attorneys to surrender moiety of land, 1 rood, 2 perch, abutting -
                          south - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, now G.E. JEMMETT called Churchfield
                          west - to footway from Churchyard to Churchfield
                          north - to garden, previously Thomas HAMMON, then Rev. Charles STODDART, now 
                                                    John VINSET
                          east - to land formerly Robert COOPER, then Richard RABSON, now William RABSON
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d                         [90]
Occup. William TAILOR, then John BACK, innkeeper, John CHAPMAN, Nicholas MEERS, 
late Thomas NICKOLLS.

CHAPMAN admitted 9 November 1821 .

Surrendered to John COBB on sale to him for 40 

COBB admitted & surrenders to use of persons named in his will.

(c) At court 30 August 1827 Mary WHITFELD of Lewes, widow, was licensed to lease - land with barn 
converted to coach house and stables, 1 rood, abutting -
                          north - to land late heirs of Lewis WHITFELD &before Robert MASCALL, now Ellen JEMMETT,
                                                     widow of William JEMMETT.
                          south, east & west - to other lands of WHITFELD
                                                                                                                                               [344]
Previously occupied by John WATERMAN, then Lewis WHITFELD, William WHITFELD, surgeon, 
now Mary PRICE & Charlotte PRICE. 


also
land, 3 roods, 35 perch (part converted to walled garden) abutting -
                          north - to said lands of Lewis WHITFELD, previously Robert MASCALL
                          east - to land late Lewis WHITFELD, now Ellen JEMMETT
                          south & west - other premises of Mary WHITFELD, & land Catherine HORTON, widow.
                                                                                                                                               [pt.345]
Occupied by John WATERMAN, then Lewis WHITFELD,William WHITFELD, now PRICE


also
land 1/2 acre abutting -
                          west - to garden of Red Lion & Catherine HORTON, garden of Mary WHITFELD, & garden 
                                                    of George KNOTT
                          north - to lands of Mary WHITFELD
                          east- to lands of Catherine HORTON
                          south - to gardens of John Henry SMITH, Edward FIELD, & Thomas POWSEY, &
                                                    late LORD OF MANOR.

Mary WHITFELD admitted 2 November 1813. Pays fine 3/7 1/2d being 6d p.a. for 7 1/4yrs.

[                                         Next Court 29 April 1835]

(d) Charles, EARL OF THANET, appoints Curteis Young NORWOOD of Willesborough, his attorney for 
admittance as heir of Sackville, EARL OF THANET, of moiety. (Henry TUFTON as co-heir.)

(i) Land, 6 acres, formerly part of Hempstead Wood, now occupied by John COBB, purchased from William 
ALLEN - [see Henry TUFTON below]                                                                                          [pt. 289]

(ii) Land previously called Upper Five Acres, now Couch Grass Field, 5 - 2 - 10 (prev.) but now 5 - 1 - 36, 
now occupied by executors of Stephen TOURNAY, purchased of Stephen & John TOURNAY.

abutting -
(i) north west - to lands late Isaac RUTTON, now William ALLEN, sometimes called Nineteen Acres.
                          east - to other land late RUTTON, now ALLEN & to Bull Meadow.
                          south - to meadow of THANET (separated by river)
                                                                                                        Rent 8/-                           [284]
Occupied by Samuel FLINT, then William ALLEN, now John COBB.

THANET admitted 28th February 1815 on surrender of ALLEN.

(ii) north & west - lands of ALLEN, previously RUTTON south & east - lands of ALLEN, previously RUTTON
Occupied by Stephen TOURNAY, now his brother John 
                                                                                                        Rent 9/1d.                       [pt. 289]

Henry TUFTON admitted to other moiety (residing in Paris).


Nicholas R. TOLSE of Godington, George Elwick JEMMETT, & Thomas DAWES of Angel Court, Throgmorton
Street, London, gent., devisees of will of William JEMMETT of Ashford, esq.,deceased.

Will proved P.C.C. 2 February 1828


Attorneys Alfred BRIGGS, gent., & William FLINT to surrender & to admit to land, (on which messuage 
occupied by Elizabeth SPRATT & John NASH, taken down by William JEMMETT stood) , 1 rood abutting -
                          west - to North Lane
                          south - to land previously William DYNE, then William JEMMETT
                          east - to land of Lewis WHITFELD
                          north - to part of Pelhill, sold to William JEMMETT by Robert MASCALL.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [108]
William JEMMETT admitted to tenement of DYNE (now site of hall, dining room & library) and 
land now shrubbery on 8 March 1791 on surrender of Lewis WHITFELD.

[                         Next Court 18 December 1833]


Also
: land 1 - 3 - 7p (part of land 2 - 3 - 0p) abutting -
                          south - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then Robert MASCALL, now John APSLEY
                              (being road from Gravel Pit Close to back of mansion house lately sold by trustees of
                               marriage settlement of Robert MASCALL to John APSLEY,) and to land of heirs of 
                               John HORTON .
                          west - to residue of land of 2 - 3 - 0p from which above was sold.
                          north & east - to Pelhill
                                                                                                        Rent (apport.) 3/-               [345a]
The part of Pelhill eastwards was previously road leading thereto, from Gravelpit Close, some time since laid 
into the land last described above.

JEMMETT admitted 17 July 1820.

Trustees as devisees admiited.

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Court Baron 9th December 1828


Admittance of Charles, EARL OF THANET to ;
       Couchfield                4/6d & 4/6d
       pt. Nineteen Acres    4/-
       Six Acres                 4/-
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Court Baron 17 January 1853

Admittance

Enfranchisement July 1913
Land @ 9/1d is tithe 533 and 230 & 246
Land @ 8/-    is tithe 489 & 490 and 278 &279

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22 December 1828   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas JOY, bricklayer, deceased, held newly erected building, stable etc. & other building previously shop, 
lately schoolhouse, between grainery & premises of Elizabeth SMITH, now STARTUP, abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane
                          south - to back yard & stable, previously SMITH, now STARTUP
previously part of Timber Yard - see Court 17 January 1792.
                                                                                                                                               [ 222b]
JOY admitted 11 April 1792 on surrender of Stephen & Mary HILLS. JOY converted stables & schoolhouse 
to 2 dwellings under one roof, one occupied by Mary REEVE, now Jehu JOY, other Thomas, now his 
daughter Ann JOY.
By will 21 May 1819, 1 dwelling to son Jehu, other to daughter Ann.
Thomas JOY deceased [           ] July 1827.
Will proved Prerog. Court Canterbury.

Jehu JOY admitted to part at 1/4d [one farthing]
Ann JOY admitted to part at 1/4d [one farthing] 


William Alexander ALLEN acknowledges repayment of 307 - 10 - 0d due on conditional surrender of premises
occupied by John SAY, John Impett LUSHINGTON, Stephen LUSTED & John KENNETT (4 premises).
Paid by Jehu JOY & wife Sarah - see Court 22 May 1820.

Jehu & Sarah JOY then surrender to Philip BOGHURST land to which he was admitted on surrender of John
TAPPENDEN at Court 22 May 1821
                                                                                                        Rent 3d. & 6d.                  [215b]
Conditional to secure 400 + 5% interest
Indtre. of mortgage dated 17 June 1828

[repaid at Court 11 August 1834] 

[ Previous Court 22 May 1821    Next Court 11 August 1834]


Francis CHAPLIN, ironmonger, deceased, held land & messuages, now 3 dwellings, abutting -
                          west - to lands of Messrs. YATES & CARTWRIGHT, now George LEPINE & daughter
                                                    of Robert HOUGHTON 4 rods 3ft. [69ft.]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 4 rods 7 1/2ft [73 1/2ft.]
                          east - to land previously William DAWE, now William SHARPE [24 1/2ft.]
                          south - to land of Vicar 3 rods 1ft. [50 1/2ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [349]
Occupied by George GOLDSACK, then CHAPLIN, now Thomas BLACKMAN, William BANGHAM 
& George MILLER.

CHAPLIN admitted 14 January 1807 on surrender of Martha PARKIN, & deceased June 1827.

By will dated 23 January 1826 premises then occupied by Thomas BARTON, William BANGHAM & 
Edward SMITH to his two children Ann, wife of Thomas SCOTT, tailor, & Mary, wife of William STOKES, 
miller, of Lympne.

SCOTT & STOKES admitted to moiety @ 1d. each.

then STOKES surrenders to Thomas SCOTT on sale, consid. 115.

Thomas SCOTT admitted to additional moiety [i.e. = whole]

[ Previous Court 17 January 1807    Next Court 1 April 1850]

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Saturday, 28 February 1829    
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Francis WHITFELD, gent., was admitted 14 January 1807 on surrender of Robert MASCALL to land, 
28 acres, called Hookwood, abutting
                          north & west - to lands late WHITFELD, now THANET
                          south - to lands previously James HEAD, then James WALL, to lands previously David LADD,
                                                    now James WALL, to lands of devisees of Edward HUNTER & to river.
                          west - to Netherlands & Goldmead.

Occupied by John MASCALL, then Edward DERING,ygr., then Robert MASCALL, then Francis WHITFELD, 
now George ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                         [226]

By deed poll 22 December 1825 Francis WHITFELD elder, gave land to Francis,ygr., & John WHITFELD, two 
of his children. John WHITFELD deceased [ ] April 1826, bachelor & intestate. His share to his 2 brothers - 
Francis ygr., & Robert WHITFELD.

Francis elder, Francis ygr., & Robert now surrender to James West SHREWSBURY of Dover, gent., subject 
to indtre. 6 January 1826 (1) Francis WHITFELD,elder (2) Francis ygr., Mary,Anne, Elizabeth & Robert, his children (3) George PIGG, pilot, of Dover (4) SHREWSBURY as trustee.

Conditional to secure loan of 700 by PIGG.

also
for Hookwood, Goldmead etc. now occupied by George ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 36/-                          [225]
SHREWSBURY admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 January 1823    Next Court 39 November 1832]

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Friday 11 December 1829    
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN, Mark DORMAN & John ELLIOTT

John ROGERS, baker, was admitted 19 April 1797 on surrender of Elizabeth WANSTALL, spinster, to 2 stables 
& land, previously occupied by Clement HANDFORD, abutting -
                          south - to St. John's Lane 42ft. 6in.
                          east - to Bridewell & lands previously BOYS,now BOYCE 52 ft.
                          north - to Royal Oak Inn 45ft. 6in.
                          west - to garden previously John SAMSON, now George WITHERDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 2/4d.                        [193]
Stables pulled down & Baptist Meeting House erected, & part used as burying ground.

Surrendered to William Horn HARVEY, of Hamil Street, Woodnesborough, yeoman, as trustee.


ALSO
: Licence granted 25 April last for Francis WHITFELD to lease for 4 years to George ELLIOTT, cornfactor,
3 pieces meadow called Hookwood, 
                                                                                                        rent 36/-                          [225]
Fine @ 6d p.a. = 2/3d paid as is custom.

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Wednesday, 14 July 1830   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

Richard GREENHILL, farmer, & John Thomas PACK, grocer as trustees of will of John READER, were admitted 
1 December 1817 to tenement, abutting -
                          east - to road to Kingsnorth
                          west - to land previously John REEVE, now Baptists.
                          north - to land previously John ABBOTT, now William PARNELL
                          south - to Bridewell
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [56]
Occup. Philip HAWKINS, clerk, then Mary BOYS, then George KILLICK.


J.T.PACK deceased June 1824.

Will of GREENHILL dated 13 March 1829 - wife Elizabeth & son Richard, executors.
GREENHILL deceased 14 March 1829.

287 now due from Mary BOZIE.

Premises now sold to William GUDGIN of Ashford, gent., consid. 180 paid to GREENHILL, who releases
conditional surrender.

GUDGIN admitted and surrenders to persons in his will .


Elizabeth DORMAN, widow, appoints William WALTER, inkeeper & William FLINT, silversmith, both of Ashford, 
as attornies, 19 August 1829.

James DORMAN, late of Ashford, now of Sandwich,currier, has repaid 259 and interest, and conditional 
surrender at Court 24 January 1812 revoked. James DORMAN re-admitted to moieties of -
(1) tenement, previously office of Messrs. MUNN & JEMMETT, now a kitchin of a messuage, abutting -
                          north - to common sewer or gutter.
                          west - to lands previously Grace WHITFELD, now Mark DORMAN
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to way or passage between tenements & premises late John READER, now
                                                    James & Mark DORMAN, occupied by William TAYLOR.

(2) also, land abutting -
                          west - to stable, granaries & slaughterhouse
                          On north 38'7", south 29' 1", west 35', east 29'.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d [moiety of 10d]      [101]
With necessary house, converted to a scouring house.
Occupied by John BACK, then Harry HOWLAND , since Mary HOWLAND (his mother), late James & 
Mark DORMAN, now Catherine HORTON, widow.

Elizabeth DORMAN admitted 24 January 1812, on surrender of James DORMAN.

Also - ground with stables, granaries & slaughterhouse on north 32' 3", on south 32' 4" , on east 22' 2", 
west 102' 6" [22' ?]

Also - land -
west - to lands previously John VIRRILL & Grace WHITFELD, now devisees of obert HOUGHTON, 98' 10"
east - 101' 4"
south - 34'
north - 32' 4"
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d(halfpenny) [moiety of 1d]   [102]
Occupied as above. 

also - other moiety of land to Mark DORMAN

Also -
Sale of moiety by James to Mark DORMAN, for a consideration of 340, for last lands at 
                                                                                                        rent of 1/2d (halfpenny).    [102]

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31st August 1835


James DORMAN of Sandwich, woolcomber, surrenders moiety to Mark DORMAN, on sale for 90.
Land at
                                                                                            rent of 5d.                        [101]

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14 July 1830 (continued)


ALSO
- GREENHILL & PACK admitted 31 October 1809 on surrender of James DORMAN of Ashford, currier, 
to moiety of messuage or tenement occupied by Thomas MILLEN, & garden, abutting -
                          north - to gutter & messuage of John READER
                          east - to garden & corn [?] warehouse of George LEPINE
                          south - to St. John's Lane

also : land & currier's shop, abutting -
                          east - to lands of YATES & CARTWRIGHT 43 ft.
                          west - 33 ft.
                          north - 31 ft. 5 in.
                          south - 26 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                            [101]
Cond. to secure 800 to be paid by James or Mark DORMAN.

Trustees amended as above.
Premises now occupied by Ann TAYLOR, Richard BROWN & Mark DORMAN.

800 repaid. Charles DORMAN admitted unconditonally to both moieties.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d + 5d = 10d.

Charles DORMAN & wife Charlotte then surrender premises, on sale to Mark DORMAN, consideration 140.

Mark DORMAN admitted to both moieties.

[ Previous Court                          Next Court 31 August 1835 [see above]

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Monday 18 July 1830   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas ALLEN & John ELLIOTT

John NANCE D.D., & wife Ann surrender to John VINSET of Ashford, yeoman, for sale, consid. 280,
land with messuage now 2 dwellings, abutting -
                          east - to footway 49ft. 6in.
                          west - to lands of Grammar School 60ft.6in
                          north - to land previously Elizabeth HAMMOND, now NANCE 15ft.
                          south - to Churchfield 27ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [128]
Occup. previously Thomas JACOB & Peter RABSON, since Edward BARRETT (tailor) & Mary SEARLES,
spinster, then John GODFREY & Margaret Elizabeth GOLD, now John CLARKE & Widow OXLEY.

NANCE admitted at Court 28 March 1825. 

John VINSET admitted.

also: for land with well 11 1/2ft x 10 1/2ft
NANCE admitted 13 April 1815 on surrender of Rev. Charles STODDART, with messuage then occupied 
by Thomas EDNEY, pulled down by NANCE.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [pt.207]
John VINSET admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

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