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Monday 11 April 1831 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Henden HOUGHTON

Thomas Adnett FURBY of Hare Street, Woolwich, cordwainer, and wife Martha & John VINCER of Mersham,
bricklayer.

VINCER entitled to moiety of premises to which FURBY was admitted as heir of father Richard FURBY, 
28th November 1811. Surrendered on sale, consideration 410, to William JEMMETT, banker.

Messuage recently rebuilt & converted to several dwellings abutting -
                          north - to High Street 4 rods 7ft. [73ft.] (now found to be 40 ft.)
                          south - to premises of George JEMMETT 4 rods 7 1/2ft. [73 1/2ft.] (now found to be 71 ft. 6in)
                          east - to premises of George JEMMETT 6 rods 12 1/2ft. [111 1/2ft.] (now found to be 102 ft. 2 in)
                          west - to premises previously John, now William Cooper POPE, & premises previously 
                                                    Richard BAYLEY, then George JEMMETT. (now found to be 111ft. 6in)
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [233]
Occupied previously by Rev. Thomas GELLIBRAND, then Mrs. WHITFELD, then Thomas FELLOWES, then
occupied by Messrs. JEMMETT & Son, attorneys as office, since Robert HOUGHTON & others, John HUTCHINS,
William FOSTER, & Daniel FAIRBRASS.

William JEMMETT admitted.

ALSO
for messuage etc. (previously barn) & land abutting -
                          north - to lands previously Richard BAYLEY, now JEMMETT 3 rods 4 1/2 ft [54ft.]
                          south - to lands of JEMMETT 12 1/2ft.
                          east - to lands of JEMMETT 6 1/2 rods [ 1071/2ft.]
                          west - (including gateway) to highway 6 rods, 4ft. [103ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [231]
Occupied by Matthew BRIGHT, then Daniel FAIRBRASS, since Vincent FOWLER, now John TINDALL.


also : land with messuage, now taken down, N -> S 39ft., breadth 6in -> 3ft. abutting -
                          north & east - to land previously Daniel COSTEKER, then Richard FURBY, now
                                                    Thomas A. FURBY & J. VINSET
                          west - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [230]
Occupied as above 

William JEMMETT admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous 28 November 1811    Next Court 20 June 1848]

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                                                                                                                         417 KAO U1045   M17

Monday, 12 December 1831   
Lord Thomas DAWES & Edwin Beresford DAWES, Steward.

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John VINSET, yeoman, surrenders to John APSLEY of Ashford, carpenter, NOT on sale. Admitted 18 July 1830 
on surrender of John & Ann NANCE - land with messuage now 2 dwellings abutting -
                          east - to footway to Beaver 49ft. 6in.
                          west - to lands of Rev. J. NANCE & others 60ft. 6in.
                          south - to Churchfield 27ft. 6in.
                          north - to land previously Elizabeth HAMMOND, now John NANCE 15ft.
and land with well etc. 11 1/2ft x 11 1/2ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [128]
Occupied by Thomas JACOB & Peter RABSON, then Edward BARRETT (tailor), & Mary SEARLES, spinster, 
one part then by John GODFREY, & then Margaret GOLD & Widow OXLEY, now John CLARKE & Widow OXLEY.

Subject to trusts in indtre. 29 October 1831 (1) John VINSET (2) John COBB of Ashford, cornfactor & wife Mary
Ann, grand-daughter of VINSET (3) John APSLEY, & Robert MATTHEW of Wye, tailor

also : for half part of well (as above)                                                      Rent 1d.                          [pt. 207]


also : six messuages or tenements built by John VINSET and also James TUNK, Widow TABRET, John 
LAKER, Widow TURNER, & George LAKER
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                        [208]
Vinset admitted 10 April 1793 on surrender of Rev. Charles STODDART.

John APSLEY admitted.

[ Previous Court 18 October 1799  Next Court 20 June 1860]

Proclamations of deaths of
   Thomas ALLEN William ALLEN
   Charles BRADLEY William CARRECK
   Richard GREENHILL William HAYWARD
   Joseph JENNINGS James POTTS

 
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                                                                                                                                                  M17

12 December 1831 

First proclamation of the death of William ALLEN
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Wednesday 21 December 1831   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas NICKOLLS of Ashford, gent., acknowledges in writing dated 21 December 1831, Joseph JENNINGS,
hairdresser, deceased. has repaid loan due as at Court 2 February 1824                                       [ 211 & 212]

[ Next Court                 ]


ALSO :  William JEMMETT, gent., (previously described as ygr.,) surrenders to Daniel Butler DAWES, of 
Ashford, gent., on sale, consid. 250, land (greater part now with apples & cherries, and balance now part of
freehold garden of premises previously William JEMMETT, now D.B. DAWES), 2 acres

Occupied by John WOODWARD, gent., then Josias PATTERSON, esq., then Mary PATTERSON, William
JEMMETT, now D.B. DAWES, abutting -
                          south - to highway
                          north - to Macefield, previously Robert MASCALL, now William JEMMETT
                          west - to lands previously William WATERMAN, now John HUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [243]
JEMMETT admitted 9 May 1814 

DAWES admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 14 May 1814    Next Court 24 July 1857]


ALSO : William GODDARD, late Capel, now Bilsington, husbandman, & Samuel GODDARD, late St. Martin in 
the Field, London, husbandman, but now of Bilsington, farmer, devisees of Edward CARPENTER surrender to
Thomas CARPENTER, of Aldington, farmer, on sale, consid. 180 - land in Aldington
                                                                                                        Rent 3/4d                         [68]
CARPENTER admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Last Court 8 November 1819    Next Court 13 August 1857]


ALSO
: William RABSON, shopkeeper, held shop in place previously called Market, abutting -
                          south & north - to premises previously Richard, then William RABSON
                          east - to highway
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK, then George KILLICK, late Joseph JENNINGS.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d.                        [251]
Occupied by William RABSON, now widow Mary. 

also : little piece of land adjoining, abutting - 36ft. 2in x 2ft.
                          north - to highway
                          east - to Church Lane
                          west & south - to premises previously John BROOK etc.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/8d                         [252]
Occupied as above 

also : shop 16ft.6in x 9ft. abutting -
                          east & south - to place called Common Market
                          north - to shop of RABSON
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK etc., & premises of heirs of William HAYWARD.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [253]
Occupied as above 


also : shop 19ft. 6in x 9 ft. abutting -
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK etc.
                          south - to other premises of RABSON & other premises of John BROOK, etc.
                          east & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 5/4d                         [254]
Occupied as above. 

All three shops now one draper's shop, occupied by Mary RABSON.


also : land, now with stable, abutting -
                          east - to premises previously Matthew HOUGHTON & William DOWNE, then Robert
                                                    HOUGHTON, now his daughter & John ASHDOWN 6 1/2p. 4ft. [111 1/4ft.]
                          west - to lands previously John CHAPMAN, now John COBB 6 1/2p. 5 1/2ft. [112 3/4ft.]
                          north - to Churchyard 1p. 7 1/2ft. [ 24ft.]
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, now highway 2p. [33ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d.                        [255]
Occupied by William & Peter, now Mary & Peter RABSON 

By will of William RABSON, dated 25 September 1822, premises to wife Mary. Deceased 23 February 1830.

Mary RABSON admitted.

[ Previous Court 7 June 1785 (then 16 October 1795, rolls lost)   Next Court 28 November 1837 ]

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Monday 9 April 1832   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John NORLEY, previously victualler, then yeoman, deceased, held 3 acres of land at Barrowhill, occupied 
by William PILCHER, then John NORLEY, now Pierce ANDREWS, called Jackhare's Croft, abutting -
                          north or north west - to turnpike at Great Chart
                          north & north east - to lands previously William ALLEN, now THANET
                          south or south west - to freehold land previously William PILCHER, then John NORLEY
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [292]
NORLEY admitted 23 January 1827 on surrender of William PILCHER & wife Sarah.

NORLEY deceased 7 December 1830, & by will dated 10 September 1829 premises to trustees Stephen
TUNBRIDGE, George BACK & Thomas STARTUP, who are admitted.

[ Previous Court 23 January 1827


ALSO
: Charles BRADLEY of Ashford, chemist, deceased, held messuage or tenement built by Henry STROUD
on site of messuage previously occupied by John WELLER, abutting -
                          northwest & south - to highway 44ft.
                          east - to buildings on site previously old Fish Market 28ft.
                          west - 20ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                          [293]
Occupied by Charles BRADLEY, now his widow Ann. 

BRADLEY admitted 31 October 1808 on surrender of Henry STROUD. Deceased 4 October 1827 intestate. 
Admin. by PCC to widow Ann BRADLEY, 2 November 1827.

Ann BRADLEY admitted to moiety.

[ Previous court 31 October 1808    Next Court 13 April 1841]


ALSO
: Joseph JENNINGS, hairdresser, deceased, held messuage or tenement, length 26ft., abutting -
                          east - to other shop of JENNINGS
                          south - to shop of William HAYWARD
                          west & north - to highway.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/8d.                      [211]
with land called Twitton.

Occupied by John BOARMAN, then Joseph, now Jane JENNINGS, his widow.

This shop & one below @ 9d. rebuilt by George KILLICK from foundation, & made one shop.

Joseph JENNINGS deceased 18 August 1830. By will dated 7 April 1829, proved ACC 18 October 1831 [108/358]
no mention of premises. By gavelkind premises to sons James, John & Thomas. Son Joseph died 1825 & son
Thomas 1827, both infants.

James JENNINGS admitted.


also : for messuage or tenement, abutting -
                          west & south - to other shop of JENNINGS
                          east - to shop of William RABSON
                          north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                           [ 212]
Occupied & altered as above. 

James JENNINGS admitted.

[ Previous Court 2 February 1824    Next Court 6 April 1848]

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Wednesday 25 April 1832   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Charles HAFFENDEN surrenders on sale to Rev. Samuel HILL of Ashford, consideration 90, land with stable e
tc.: 58ft. 3in on east & west, 25ft. 2in on north & south, abutting -
                          north - to lands previously William BALDOCK, now Messrs. DELMAR & Co.
                          east - to lands previously John, now widow Anne BROOK
                          south - to premises previously HAFFENDEN, now Samuel HILL
                          west - to land previously Thomas, now John JOY
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d [one farthing] x 2     [222a]
Occupied by Elizabeth ROBINSON, then Charles HAFFENDEN, now Samuel HILL.

HAFFENDEN admitted on surrender of Catherine ROBINSON 6 February 1825.

Samuel HILL admitted to both moieties, and then surrenders to persons in his will.

Proclamation of deaths of Thomas ALLEN, William ALLEN, William CARRICK, Charles BRADLEY, 
Richard GREENHILL, William HAYWARD, James POTTS (previously reported), and 
George Elwick JEMMETT [         ],George JEMMETT [         ], John RIGDEN [       ], Charles DELMAR [        ]
& Charles, EARL OF THANET.

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25 April 1832

Second proclamation of the death of William ALLEN at Court 25 April 1832 [shown above]

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Wednesday 28 November 1832 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas ALLEN, draper, deceased, held land 1 - 1- 20p., occupied by Thomas JOHNSON & William 
HAYWARD, then Thomas ALLEN & Thomas THURSTON, abutting -
                          southwest - to turnpike Ashford to Willesborough
                          north - to lands previously William WALL, & heirs of George FARBRACE now James & 
                                                    John WALL & FARBRACE
                          east - to land previously Stephen ADES, now Richard GREENHILL
                          southeast - to land previously John Bennett HORTON, now heirs of Richard Fitch HORTON
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [pt. 144b]

ALLEN admitted 25 October 1793 on surrender of Richard GREENHILL , and surrendered to will 31 December 1795.

Thomas ALLEN deceased 1 March 1831, & by will 25 August 1830, premises to William WALTER, innholder, 
& Benjamin THORPE, draper, as trustees. Proved ACC 20 August 1831 [108/341]

WALTER & THORPE admitted.

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29th November 1832  
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Third proclamation of the death of William ALLEN before John ELLIOTT and Mark DORMAN. At his death 
(10 June 1829) William ALLEN, fellmonger, was seized of land -

(1) Little Low Field otherwise the First Field 2 - 2 - 18, formerly part of field 4 - 0 - 18, balance called Hop 
Garden Field, sold to George Elwick JEMMETT, abutting -
                          south - to Hop Garden Field,
                          west & north - to lands of ALLEN called Oxen Field & The Orchard
                          east - to drove road called Hempstead Lane.
                                                                                                                                               [pt.286]
Late occupied ALLEN, now Stephen TUNBRIDGE. 

at rent of 4/1d. being part of 6/4d apportioned at Court 9 December 1820.

ALLEN admitted to whole 16 October 1795 on surrender of Thomas RUTTON of Ospringe Place.
Will of William ALLEN dated 3 April 1829 - devised to Daniel ELLIOTT of Wye, carpenter, & George ELLIOTT 
of Ashford, cornfactor, as exectors & trustees. Will proved PCC 10 June 1829.
ELLIOTT & ELLIOTT admitted .


ALSO
: Land now an orchard 2 - 2 - 24, abutting
                          east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane
                          south - to land formerly Isaac RUTTON, then William ALLEN called Little Low Field.
                          west - to other lands formerly RUTTON, now ALLEN called Ten Acres.
                          north - to common footway called Love Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                          [285]
Previously occupied by ALLEN, now George PETTIT.

ALLEN admitted 16 October 1801 on surrender of George JEMMETT & Thomas RUTTON. 

ELLIOTT & ELLIOTT admitted as above.


ALSO
: Land called Upper Oxen Field 2 - 2- 13 (part of whole, now fenced off, whole 4 - 1 - 3)
                          south - to rest of Oxen Field (Lower Oxen Field)
                          east - to Little Cow Field formerly Isaac RUTTON, then William ALLEN
                          north - to Ten Acres
                          west - to land of EARL OF THANET, previously TOURNAY, now occupied by Charles GIBSON
                                                    Rent 3/-, being part of 14/- apportioned 9 December 1820     [pt. 289]
ALLEN admitted 16 October 1801 on surrender of George Elwick JEMMETT & Thomas RUTTON.

ELLIOTT & ELLIOTT admitted.


ALSO
: Three pieces land formerly part of Hempstead Wood, described as two pieces of 11 acres - one called
   Barrow Hill Barn Pasture 6 - 1 - 17
   one called First Barn Field 3 - 2 - 5
   one called Second Barn Field 3 - 0 - 0
adjoin together abutting -
                          east - to Ten Acres owned by William ALLEN, & lands of THANET, formerly TOURNAY
                          west - to freehold land formerly ALLEN, now THANET
                          south - to lands of ALLEN called Nineteen Acres.
                          north - to Barrack Land..
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d.                     [287]
Allen admitted 6 May 1811


Also: land with barn & pond, 10 acres, with 1/2 acre sold as Barrack Yard
                          east - to Orchard Field of ALLEN
                          west - to Six Acres, of ALLEN
                          north - to lands of Trustee of Poor of Ashford, occupied Pierce ANDREWS (part of late Barrack
                                                    Ground & to other land now garden, occupied by John PIERSON, & to lands 
                                                    of Thomas JOY, & William DEEDES, late WILMOT.
                          south - to land late Stephen TOURNAY, now THANET.
                                                                                                        Rent 16/4d
Formerly occupied James FLINT, then ALLEN, now Benjamin THORPE.

ALLEN admitted 6 May 1811.
also: Barrack Ground                                                                         Rent 1/-                           [288]


Also 2 pieces land 14 acres at Hempstead Wood, being part of 2 pieces, formerly one piece called Nineteen Acres, but now found to be twenty acres. Upper piece 9 1/2 acres, lower piece 10 1/2 acres abutting -
                          south - to rest of Ninteen Acres
                          north - to other lands of ALLEN called First & Second Ram Field
                          east - to land of THANET, formerly TOURNAY, & land of ALLEN, late JEMMETT
                          west - to land previously ALLEN, now THANET called Muck House Field.
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d.                     [290]
Occupied James FLINT, then William ALLEN, now Edward RAYNER

ALLEN admitted 6 May 1811 on surrender of JEMMETT & Thomas RUTTON

Also: land 2 acres, part of Hempstead Wood, rest of Nineteen Acres, abutting -
                          north - to rest of Nineteen Acres
                          west - to freehold land of ALLEN Rent 2/3d.
                          east - to land of ALLEN, previously JEMMETT
                          south - to land previously ALLEN now THANET, called Small Mead
                                                                                                                                              [283]
occupied by James FLINT, then ALLEN, now Edward RAYNER.

Admission as above. 

[ Previous Court 19 January 1822    Next Court 1833]


Thursday 29 November 1832
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

James West SHREWSBURY, gent., of Dover, was admitted 28 February 1829 on surrender of Francis 
WHITFELD, senr.,gent., & Francis WHITFELD, ygr., & Robert WHITFELD, to 3 pieces of land, 28 acres 
called Hookwood, abutting -
                          east & north - to Shetfield, previously Francis WHITFELD, now THANET
                          south - to lands previously James HEAD, now James WALL & lands previously David LADD,
                                                     now James WALL, lands of Edward HUNTER & river .
                          * west - to lands called Netherlands & Goldmead
                                 * shown as "east & north" by Arthur, but this does not make sense. On 28 February 1829
                                    it is "west", which does make sense!
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                          [226]
Occupied previously by John MASCALL, then Edward DERING,ygr., then Robert MASCALL, then 
Francis WHITFELD, now George ELLIOTT.


Subject to trusts, in indtre. 6 January 1829 to secure George PIGG of Deal, pilot, 700 + interest.
Robert WHITFELD then aged 17 years.
On death of brother John moiety to Robert, but doubt of validity of surrender because of age.
Robert WHITFELD 21 years on 17 August 1832.
Lands re-surrendered to avoid doubt.

[ Previous Court 28 February 1829    Next Court 19 December 1839]

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Monday 24 December 1832   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Proclamation of deaths of : William CARRECK,  Richard GREENHILL,  George E. JEMMETT,
John RIGDEN,  Charles DELMAR Charles and EARL OF THANET, all reported previously.


ALSO
: Devisees of Richard FURBEY [given as FURLEY] have sold messuage called "Bricklayers Arms", 
with lands etc. previously William HADDEN, & garden, all occupied by & now sold to Samuel FURBEY.
Relief paid & FURBEY admitted.


ALSO
: John TOURNAY has sold messuage in North Lane abutting -
                          north - to messuage of Francis NORWOOD, & garden of James WALL
                          south - to messuage & garden of Mrs. THORN
                          west - garden abutting land of William WALTER, held @ 1/4d.
                          east - to yard of Francis NORWOOD
                                                                                                        Held by rent of 8d. 
Sold to George HIND, who pays relief & is admitted.


ALSO
: Widow STEED has sold messuage occupied by her, abutting -
                          west - to messuage previously CHAPMAN, now William MATE
                          south - to Churchyard
                          north- to Churchyard [?]
                          east - to messuage of EARL OF THANET, occupied by Thomas COBB
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-
Sold to Edward FIELD, who pays relief & is admitted.


ALSO
: Thomas WESTON [ WESSON] deceased, held land called Crouch Field, 3 acres, at Bever, now 
occupied by Mrs. WESTON [WESSON], abutting-
                          east to highway Ashford to Kingsnorth, north to land of William WHITFELD, Rent 3/0 3/4d 
                                                    [three shillings & 3 farthings] , and messuage & land called Mavis
                                                    at Bever, abutting west to highway Ashford to Kingsnorth, to lane
                          north & lands of William WHITFELD east. 
                                                                                                        Rent 3/4d.
Widow Ann WESTON [WESSON] pays relief & is admitted.


ALSO
: John CARPENTER has sold messuage & garden in New Rents, occupied by Edward DANES, abutting -
                          west - to footway to Great Chart
                          east - to garden previously BAKER's
                          north - to lands of John ROGERS Rent 1d.
                          Sold to John ROGERS who pays relief & is admitted.

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Wednesday 6 February 1833   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

James POTTS, victualler & wife Susan surrendered 5 March 1805 to William VARHAM, conditional to secure 
600 + interest. - two messuages or tenements previously occupied by Alexander WATSON abutting -
                          east - to highway Ashford to Kingnorth, up to malthouse, previously Lewis WHITFELD, then
                                                    Robert TRITTON, previously Lord's Pound Barn 32ft.3in.
                          west - to lands of vicarage, & land & tenements previously Mary NOAKES, then John
                                                    WATERMAN, then Martha PARKIN 36ft.6in.
                          north - to St. John's Lane 9 rods 14 1/2ft. [163ft.]
                          south - to land where barn previously stood 10 rods 7in. [165ft.7in]
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                          [244]
Occupied by Martha SIMPSON, widow, & William POPE, then Robert TRITTON & Francis CHAPLIN, 
then John BILLINGTON, then Alexander WATSON & William SWEETLOVE.


600 not paid, but at Court 25 October 1803 part surrendered to William DAW of Ashford, ostler, abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to land of Martha PARKIN & corner of College lands
                          east & south - to balance of lands of POTTS, now fenced off.
42ft. on every side.                                                                            Apportioned rent 3d.


William VARHAM deceased 8 February 1810. By will dated 21st February 1809, proved ACC [104/311] 
7 March 1810, wife Catherine heir. [nee BLUNDELL, previously widow of John TRITTON]
600 repaid by indtre. 16 December 1811 by James POTTS, but no re-surrender made.


Heiress Sarah, widow of Moyle BRETON, previously Sarah TRITTON, spinster, only child of Robert & Ann
TRITTON, nee VARHAM, only sister of William.


James POTTS deceased 23 March 1831, intestate. Only son & heir James POTTS of Britannia Place, Old Kent
Road, Camberwell, wine merchant.


Sarah BRETON of Spring Grove, Wye, admitted to premises at rent of 4d.


ALSO
: James POTTS, junior, states that by indtre. 22 February 1812  (1) James POTTS, senior & Robert
Gunsley de LESAUX,  (2) Philip BOGHURST  (3) William BALDOCK of Petham, premises to be surrendered 
to BALDOCK to secure 400 + interest @ 5%, but no surrender was made. James POTTS, senior, deceased 
23 March 1831.
Principal & large arrears of interest due to William Henry BALDOCK, of Petham,esq., William DELMAR of
Nackington,esq., Deane John PARKER of Holy Cross, Westgate, gent., & Thomas FORD of Canterbury, gent.,
executors of William BALDOCK.

Sale agreed to John BRYAN of Maidstone, gas contractor, consid. 130, to be paid to executors of BALDOCK.

William RICHARDSON & Henry Loftie RUTTON, both gents., of Ashford appointed
attorneys.

Sarah BRETON & attorneys of POTTS surrender to John BRYAN messuage or premises abutting-
                          east - to highway called Marsh Lane, up to malthouse, previously Robert TRITTON
                                                    previously occupied by George ELLIOTT, now John BRYAN 32ft.3in.
                          west - to land previously POTTS, then William DAW, now with 3 cottages 36ft.6in
                          north - to St. John's Lane 118ft.
                          south - to land of malthouse, previously Lord's Barn 119ft.6in.
Occupied by Alexander WATSON, then Miss GOODWIN, late [       ], now John BRYAN, who is admitted.

[ Previous Court 25 October 1805    Next Court 18 December 1845]

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Saturday 20 April 1833   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & John TUNBRIDGE

Ann PART surrenders to Benjamin KINGSNORTH of Ashford, nurseryman, on sale consid. 200, messuage 
& shop, abutting -
                          east - to Church Lane
                          south - to way to Church
                          north - to highway
                          west - to messuage previously William STROUD, now James BARNS.
Occupied by John then Ann PART, (now wife of Thomas BAKER,) now Benjamin KINGSNORTH.

Ann PART admitted 7 February 1827.

Benjamin KINGSNORTH admitted, then he & wife Mary surrender to Ann PART of Wye, spinster, to secure 
170 + interest @ 5%.


ALSO : George JEMMETT, deceased, held messuage, etc., abutting -
                          east - to garden, previously James BANKS, now Thomas BACK 6 rods 7ft. [106ft.]
                          south - to copyhold land previously George, now William JEMMETT 12 1/2 rods [206 1/4ft.]
                          west - to messuage previously Alice MACE & Grace GELLIBRAND, widow, now William
                                                    JEMMETT 7rods 7ft. [122ft. 6in.]
                          north - to highway 13 1/2rods [222ft. 9in.]
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [112]
Occupied by William JEMMETT 


At Court 17 October 1770 George Geree ELWICK admitted for life, then by indtres. 25/26 September 1770 
(1) George Geree ELWICK & George JEMMETT (2) Edward CURTEIS of Tenterden & daughter Mary 
(3) Jeremiah CURTEIS of Rye & William JEMMETT of Ashford, premises to George JEMMETT for life, and
admitted 19th October 1781.
Mary JEMMETT, nee CURTEIS, deceased 9 February 1812.
By will of George JEMMETT, dated 9 March 1818 premises to daughters Sarah & Martha, but son William 
may purchase for 2100.
George JEMMETT deceased 9 September 1820, will proved PCC 3 October 1820.
William JEMMETT purchased premises for 2100.

William JEMMETT, banker, admitted.

also : for land, 3 1/2 acres & 1 rood, abutting -
                          east - to River Stour
                          north - to lands previously MACE & GELLIBRAND, now William JEMMETT, lands previously
                                                     George, now William JEMMETT & lands previously Mary GOLD, now 
                                                    George William CARTWRIGHT
                          south -to lands previously John MASCALL, now William JEMMETT
                          west - to highway, and to lands previously MACE etc., now William JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 4/6d.                         [113]
Occupied by William JEMMETT 

William JEMMETT admitted, and then surrenders both premises to persons in his will.


Proclamation of the death of -
George Elwick JEMMETT & Charles, EARL OF THANET (previously reported).

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Tuesday, 17 September 1833   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John WORGER, grocer, & wife Sarah admitted 15 May 1811 to land, with warehouse etc., with passage 
from property, previously Thomas PAYNE, now WORGER, to St. John's Lane, abutting -
                          east - to yard or backside, previously Samuel YATES, now Elizabeth HOUGHTON, 
                                                    widow 61ft. 3in.
                          west - to passage to St. John's Lane 53ft.
                          north - to messuage previously YATES, now HOUGHTON 23ft.4in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 38ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                      [156]
Occupied by George WALTER, then Thomas PAYNE, now WORGER

Conditional surrender to John SUTTON to secure 850.

Loan not paid. SUTTON deceased 28 July 1820. By will dated 2 December 1815, executors sons Thomas, now 
of Goodnestone, farmer, & Richard, now of Nonnington, farmer. Proved PCC 6 October 1820, but no mention of
land. By gavelkind premises to sons Thomas, Richard & John of Deal, butcher & Richard of Whitfield, victualler
& carpenter, sons of John, third son of John SUTTON, who deceased 29 August 1808, the only other son Thomas
having died in infancy 8 October 1808.
Heirs of John SUTTON admitted.
                                                        JOHN ob. 1820
                                                                    I                                  
                          I                                         I                                  I
                    Thomas                               Richard                     John ob. 1808
                                                                                                       I                
                                                                                       I               I                I
                                                                                     John      Richard     Thomas ob.1808

then, heirs agree loan repaid by WORGER in full, and WORGER re-admitted.

also : for land & messuage, previously "Bell" abutting -
                          west - to lands previously William BOARMAN now George LEPINE 11ft.
                          east - to passage to messuage of WORGER 13ft. 6in.
                          south - to Meeting House of Protestant dissenters 23ft.
                          north - to messuage of WORGER 23ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [155]
Occupied as above 

WORGER re-admitted as above.

also: for land abutting -
                          west - to garden, previously Harry HOWLAND, now Mark DORMAN 88ft. 9in.
                          south - to lands of Vicar 38ft.3in.
                          east - to lands of Vicar & lands previously YATES & now LEPINE & garden previously 
                                                    James, now Mark DORMAN 57ft.9in.
                          north - to garden previously James, now Mark DORMAN 26ft.
& to land previously Harry HOWLAND, now Mark DORMAN used as common way 10ft.

Tallow house etc. erected at southern end.

and land, next to St. John's Lane, now with stables, abutting -
                          east - to stable previously Samuel YATES, then occupied Felix FAGG now George LEPINE 26ft.
                          west - to land previously Harry HOWLAND, now Mark DORMAN 29ft.
                          north - to St. John's Lane 14ft.
                          south - 14ft.

These 2 pieces of land, part of yard etc., said in Court Rolls to contain 7 days work & 9ft., which were surrendered,
with messuage, by Edward PIKE to James BACK & James READER, & held at rent of 1/10d.
                                              
WORGER re-admitted as above                                                           at rent of 2d.                   [101c]

[ Previous Court 15 May 1811.    Next Court 24 July 1860]


Tenants defaulting in appearance amerced 12d.

ALSO : John BRYAN of Maidstone, gas contractor, & wife Elizabeth surrender on sale, consid. 130, to 
William Beck HILLS, late of Maidstone, now of Ashford, gent., land abutting -
                          east - to Marsh Lane 32ft.3in.
                          west - to 3 cottages, previously William DAW, now William SHARP 36ft.3in.
                          north - to St. John's Lane 118ft.
                          south- to land, now of HILLS (previously Lord's Barn Close), now with retort house & 
                                                    gasometer 119ft.6in
                                                                                                        Rent 4d                           [244]
Occupied previously by Miss GOODWIN, then BRYAN, now HILLS.


BRYAN admitted 6 February 1833. HILLS admitted & then surrenders to Samuel WHITE of Yalding, farmer, 
cond. to secure 2500 + interest at 5% .
[repaid by indtres. 1/2 July 1836 (1) Samuel WHITE   (2) Thomas HILLS   (3) William Beck HILLS 
(4) Walter HILLS , Robert HAZELL & Edward Watson SIMONDS]

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18 December 1833


By indtre. 19 November 1833 (1) John DEEDES of Middle Temple, esq., James LESTER of Ashford, gent., 
& Norman GREENHILL of Ashford, gent., commissioners in Bankruptcy of John JOY, & George TUCKER, 
of Kennington Cross, Surrey, surgeon. Fiat in Bankruptcy of JOY 28 Nov. 3 Wm IV.

JOY carried on trade of bricklayer, dealer & chapman, & buying & selling bricks, and indebted to John THORNBY
100. Notice in London GAZETTE for meeting at Saracen's Head 28th December 1832, & premises sold at auction
to George TUCKER for 60, premises with cottage, stable etc., previously occupied by JOY, now [   ] PECKHAM,
to which JOY was admitted 22 December 1828.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d.                       [part 222b]
George TUCKER admitted. 


ALSO: John EGAN of Essex Street, Strand, London, appointed deputy Steward for surrender by Thomas B.
SIMPSON, hardwareman & wife Susanna, on sale, consid. 300 to Peter RABSON, hardwareman.
Premises now used as a cow lodge etc., and occupied by Rev. John Elliott HADLOW & Peter RABSON, abutting -
                          east - to footway
                          south - to Back Lane
                          west - to premises of Edward BARTON, previously HILLS, & garden of John ELLIOTT
                          north - to Churchyard
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [346]
Peter RABSON re-admitted.

[ Previous Court 26 August 1823    Next Court 6 February 1867]


ALSO : Margaret SILLS, widow, Stephen TUNBRIDGE, cornfactor, & William MORLEY, grocer, executors of 
John SILLS by will dated 21 May 1822, proved ACC 18 May 1825 [107/170], acknowledge receipt of all monies 
due from William ALLEN, deceased, fellmonger, by conditional surrender of 19 January 1822.

Daniel ELLIOTT of Wye, carpenter, & George ELLIOTT of Ashford, cornfactor, trustees of William ALLEN,
surrender on sale, consideration 490 to Stephen TUNBRIDGE. ELLIOTT admitted 29 November 1832.

3 pcs. land (previously 2, part of Hempstead Wood, 11 acres). Barrowhill Barn pasture 6 - 1 - 7p., First Ram 
Field 3 - 2 - 5p. & Second Ram Field, 3 acres, abutting -
                          east - to Ten Acres & lands previously TOURNAY, now THANET
                          west - to lands previously ALLEN, now THANET
                          north - to land previously Barrack Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d.                      [287]
Occupied by James FLINT, then William ALLEN, Benjamin THORPE & Edward RAYNER, 
now Benjamin THORPE.


also : land, 14 acres, part of Nineteen (but now Twenty) Acres. Upper piece 9 acres, lower 10 acres abutting -
                          south - to other part of 19/20 Acres
                          north - to First & Second Ram Fields
                          east - to land previously TOURNAY, now THANET, & land previously ALLEN, now 
                                                    G.E. JEMMETT (now deceased).
                          west - to Muck House Field, previously ALLEN, now THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d.                     [290]
Occupied by James FLINT, then William ALLEN, then Edward RAYNER, now Benjamin THORPE. 

also: land 2 1/2acres, sometime since laid to 19 acres at east , and thereof abutting -
                          north - to Fourteen Acres (part of 19/20 Acres) above
                          west - to freehold land of ALLEN
                          east - to lands of ALLEN, then JEMMETT
                          south - to Small Mead, previously ALLEN, now THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 2/3d                         [283]
Occupied as above. 

also : land with barn & pond, Ten Acres, but now found to be 7 acres, abutting -
                          east - to land previously ELLIOTT [ALLEN] now TUNBRIDGE
                          west - to Six Acres
                          north - to land of Parish, occupied previously by Pierce ANDREWS, now John SIDDERS, part 
                                                    of Barrack Ground & to other land of Parish now garden of John PIERSON, 
                                                    to lands of Thomas JOY, & lands of William DEEDES, late WILMOT.
                          south - to land previously TOURNAY, now THANET & land previously ALLEN, now TUNBRIDGE
                                                                                                        Rent 16/4d.                     [288]
Occupied by James FLINT, then William ALLEN, now Benjamin THORPE .


also: land previously part of Ten Acres N -> S 165 ft., E -> W on south 90ft., previously part of Barrack Ground.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                          [288a]
Occupied as above. 

Stephen TUNBRIDGE admitted.

[ Previous Court 18 December 1832    Next Court 26 June 1835]


ALSO : Nicholas Roundell TOKE of Godington, & Thomas DAWES of Angel Court, Throckmorton Street, London,
surviving trustees of George E. JEMMETT, by William RICHARDSON of Ashford, gent., attorney, surrender on
sale, consid., 460 to Robert FURLEY of Ashford, gent., land (with messuage occupied by Elizabeth SPRATT &
John NASH, taken down by William JEMMETT),1 rood, abutting -
                          west - to North Lane
                          south - to lands previously William DYNE, then William JEMMETT
                          east - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD
                          north - to Pelhill, previously Robert MASCALL, sold to William JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 12d                         [108]
TOKE, DAWES & G.E. JEMMETT (deceased 6 June 1831) admitted 9 December 1828.

Robert FURLEY admitted.


ALSO : William CARRECK, bricklayer held moiety of land with messuage or tenement built by him abutting -
                          west - to lands previously William BALDOCK, then William TOMSETT, then John JOY 129 FT.
                          west & east - to other lands previously BALDOCK, now John PIERCE
                          north - to lands of George & William WALTER, previously John FOOTE (Lord of Manor) 33ft.
                          south - to common way.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d[ x2 = 6d
Occupied by Peter CREED, Thomas CARRECK & others. 

Admitted 2 May 1800 =215d]

Will of CARRECK 7 October 1825. Premises to executors John TUNBRIDGE & son
Richard CARRECK as trustees for wife Anne & daughter Sarah.
Deceased 26 January 1828. Will proved ACC [108/190] 15 January18[30].

John TUNBRIDGE declined to act, & renounced in deed poll 27 December 1830.

Richard CARRECK admitted to both moieties                                                                            [pt.215]

[ Previous Court 17 December 1825    Next Court 12 January 1842]

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Tuesday 27 February 1834   
Lord Thomas DAWES & Deputy Steward William RICHARDSON

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas Eld BAKER of Kurnaul, near Dehli, East Indies, surgeon & wife Elizabeth nee FAGG, appoint 
Edwin Beresford DAWES as attorney.

Joseph SKINNER of Ashford, draper, & wife Sarah surrendered conditionally to Frances FAGG, spinster, 
at Court 27 October 1812 to secure 500.

land with building, now part of garden of Joseph SKINNER abutting -
                          north - to gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 18ft.10in.
                          west - to lands previously Samueal YATES, now [ ] 76ft. 8in
                          east - to other part of garden of SKINNER 86ft. 8in
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                      [136]
Occupied by Justinian BUTCHER, then Thomas BONNER, Charles FAGG, Felix FAGG, 
Elizabeth FAGG,widow, Joseph SKINNER & now [ ]

Loan not repaid. Elizabeth FAGG junr., married BAKER. Elizabeth FAGG snr. deceased 21 December 1827.
Loan now repaid & premises (with others), to be sold to John FUKES, miller, consid.200.


also : land, now part of garden length 32 1/2ft. abutting -
                          west- to land above, part of garden.
                          east - to land of Baptists
                          north - to gutter 8ft. 11in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 62ft. long
now better described as land with privy.
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                          [137]
Occupied as above 

John FUKES admitted.

[ Previous Court 27 October 1812    Next Court 6 April 1848]

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Thursday 29 May 1834   
Same Lord & Edwin Beresford DAWES

Homage: John ELLIOTT & John TUNBRIDGE

Charles, EARL OF THANET held land, 6 acres, abutting -
                          north & west - to land of Stephen TUNBRIDGE & William MORLEY called Nineteen Acres.
                          east - to other lands of TUNBRIDGE & MORLEY & Bull Meadow
                          south - to river
                                                                                                        Rent 4/- [x 2 = 8/-]             [284]
Occupied by Samuel FLINT, then William ALLEN now John COBB

Charles admitted as one of two sons of Sackville, EARL OF THANET, 9 December 1828, & deceased 20 April
1832, unmarried & intestate. Admin. PCC [        ]
Premises to brother Henry, who is admitted.

also : land called Upper Five Acres, now Couch Grass Field 5 - 2 - 10p abutting -
                          north & west - to lands of TUNBRIDGE & MORLEY
                          south - to lands of devisees of George E. JEMMETT
                          east - to lands of Henry Loftie RUTTON
                                                             Rent 4/6 1/2d [ x2 = 9/1d] [4 shillings + 6 and a halfpence]    [289b]
Occupied by previous executors of Stephen TOURNAY, now James BRIDGE.

Henry, Earl of Thanet admitted.

ALSO: Peter RABSON of Ashford, hardwareman.
Confirmation of surrender out of Court 18 December 1833.

ALSO : Proclamation of deaths of : -
John PIERCE Thomas BOURNE
William SHARPE Catherine HORTON

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Monday 11 August 1834
    Same Lord & John James BOND appointed Deputy Steward at this Court.

John DEEDES, James LESTER & Norman GREENHILL, Commissioners in Bankruptcy of John JOY (by 
attorney Alfred BRIGGS) surrender to James Jenkins SKINNER, tailor, on sale, consideration 80 land, 
occupied previously Stephen AUSTEN, then John JOY, now SKINNER, abutting -
                          north - to land previously George, now George & William WALTER 61ft. 8in.
                          south - to land previously William TOMSETT, then John JOY 65ft. 8in
                          east - to heirs of William CARRECK 83ft.6in.
                          west - to land previously Thomas NICHOLLS, now John TAPPENDEN 85ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d                           [215b]
JOY admitted 22 May 1821 

also : for land abutting -
                          west - to lands of John TAPPENDEN 60ft. 6in.
                          east - to lands of CARRECK 51ft.
                          north - to lands of William BALDOCK, described above 60ft. 6in.
                          south - to common way 69ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [215]
With stable & lodges, previously occupied by William, John & Thomas TOMSETT, then Stephen AUSTEN, 
now Abraham LUSTED, Stephen LUSTED, John KENNETT, & Arthur NEWTON.

James Jenkins SKINNER admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 22 December 1828    Next Court 21 April 1870]

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Thursday 15 January 1835   
Same Lord & Deputy Steward J.J. BOND

Homage : John ELLIOTT & Stephen TUNBRIDGE

William WHITFELD, (only surviving devisee of Henry CREED), surrenders to William PIETY, ygr., on sale,
consideration 240

messuage or tenement with cellars, previously occupied by Widow SPARKS, now [         ] MEADOWCROFT ,
abutting -
                          north - to High Street 10ft. 9in.
                          west - to waste from Shambles to Church 27ft.
                          south - to back lane to premises previously Edward CHITTENDEN, Richard HAMMON & 
                                                    others 10ft.
                                                    east - to messuage described below. 
                                                                                                        Rent 6/7d                        [115a]
also : messuage previously occupied by Widow LEEDS, now John LEEDS, abutting -
                          north- to High Street 12ft.
                          west - to premises above
                          south - to back lane 10ft. 6in.
                          east - to messuage previously Henry CREED, then Henry SOLLY, now William PIETY, elder.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/7d                       [115b]
Other trustees Martha CREED (deceased 16 April 1833), John THURSTON (31 July 1832), & Stephen TOURNAY
(23 October 1825).

William PIETY, jnr., admitted


ALSO: William SHARPE, sutler, deceased, held messuage or tenement in 3 dwellings, occupied by William
SWEETLOVE, Thomas EDNEY, & Thomas SANDYS, then David LEWIS, Widow ARLINGTON & Thomas
EDNEY, now Charles HUCKSTEPP in lieu of EDNEY, abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to lands previously Francis CHAPLIN, now Thomas SCOTT & corner of College lands.
                          south & east - to lands previously POTTS, now William Beck HILLS 
42ft. on every side. 
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [244a]

SHARPE admitted 6 January 1820 on surrender of William & Elizabeth DAWE.

By will of SHARPE dated 9 February 1828, premises to wife Sarah for life, then to sister Elizabeth, wife of 
William BELSON of Langham, near Sittingbourne, labourer.

SHARPE deceased 22 March 1834. Will proved ACC 13 May 1834 [109/254]

Sarah SHARPE admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 January 1820.    Next Court 16 December 1840]


ALSO: Thomas BOURNE, schoolmaster, deceased, held land abutting -
                          north - to land previously BALDOCK, now PIERCE called Back Lane 37ft. 6in.
                          south - to messuage of Edw. HONISS then Thomas BOURNE 36ft.
                          west - to garden described below 60ft. 6in.
                          east - to buildings described below 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [164]
With cottages created by HONISS.
Occupied by Francis WORGER & Widow WEAVER, now WORGER & Mrs.CHITTENDEN


also: garden (previously 2) abutting -
                          north - to common way 38ft. 3in
                          south - to land previously Benjamin HARRISON, heirs, now Stephen SCOTT etc. 35ft. 3in.
                          west - to land of Thomas HAFFENDEN, surgeon. 60ft. 6in.
                          east - to land above 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                           [165]
Occupied by William NORLEY, Daniel CHITTENDEN, Isaac PUNNETT etc., now CHITTENDEN, 
Widow NORLEY & Thomas HOWLAND.


also: garden & buildings now dwellings abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane 20ft. 6in.
                          south - to stables etc. previously William SIDDERS, now Edward Watson SIMONDS 20ft. 6in.
                          east - to lands (as south) 60ft. 6in.
                          west - to lands first described above 60ft. 6in.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [166]
Occupied by [ ] TUNBRIDGE, Isaac PUNNETT & Vincer FOWLER, now John DIVES, Hunter SNATT 
& William NORLEY.


BOURNE admitted 9 November 1821, & deceased 29 March 1834. By will dated 22 August 1833 premises 
to trustees, John APSLEY, carpenter, Lewis Ambrose REEVE, cabinet maker, William SEALE of Sevenoaks,
gardener, & Thomas SEALE of Tunbridge, milkseller. [proved ACC 13May 1834 109/256] Trustees admitted.

[ Previous Court 9 November 1821    Next Court 20 September 1836]


ALSO: Richard GREENHILL, previously tanner, now gent.,deceased, held messuage "Wist" & land 1 acre,
abutting -
                          east - to "Wist"
                          south & west - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then Edw. NORWOOD clerk, now
                                                     Richard GREENHILL, ygr., son of Richard GREENHILL.
                          north - to lands previously Robert MASCALL, now Richard GREENHILL, ygr.
Now garden & tan yard.
With way from highway leading from Court Oake towards Kingsnorth


also: 3 pieces land called Nether Wist, 9 acres, abutting -
                          south west - to lands previously Isaac RUTTON, now Margaret Eleanor MAUDE
                          south - to Goose Pits
                          east & north - to Old River
                          west - to Lord's River
                                                                                                        Rent 16/8d                       [142]
Occupied by Richard GREENHILL, father & son. 
GREENHILL admitted 25 October 1793 on surrender of Francis WHITFELD, the recoverer in Common Recovery.
also: Little Hasell Mead, 2 acres, abutting -
                          east & south - to lands of manor of Esture
                          west - to Old River
                          north - to lands previously Richard GREENHILL senior, now junior.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                           [143]
Occupied by John MASCALL, now James HAMILTON 

Admitted at Courts 22 April 1778 & 25 October 1793, & surrendered to will 16 October 1795.

Will dated 13 March 1829. Premises to son Richard.
Deceased 14 March 1829, proved ACC 19 April 1830 [108/212]

Richard GREENHILL junior, admitted.

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Thursday 5 March 1835    Lord Thomas DAWES & William CRUTTENDEN, Steward.

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Daniel ELLIOTT of Wye, carpenter, & George ELLIOTT of Ashford, cornfactor, surrender to Henry Loftie 
RUTTON on sale, consideration 935.

land with cottages now built, called Little Cow Field, or First Field, previously 2 - 2 - 18p now 2 - 2 - 28p.,
previously part of field 4 - 0 - 18p, other part now Hop Garden Field, sold by William ALLEN to George E.
JEMMETT, abutting -
                          south - to Hop Garden Field
                          west & north - to lands called Upper Oxenfield & Orchard
                          east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/1d (part of 6/4d)      [ 286a]
Occupied by William ALLEN, then TUNBRIDGE, now Henry Loftie RUTTON

see Court 9 December 1820

also: land with buildings, previously 3 - 2 - 24p now 3 - 3 - 11p abutting -
                          east - to Hempstead Lane
                          south - to land above
                          west - to land sold to TUNBRIDGE called Ten Acres
                          north - to footway called Love Lane.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                           [285]
Occupied by ALLEN, then George PETTIT, now Henry Loftie RUTTON.


also: land called Upper Oxen Field, previously 2 - 2 - 13p , now 2 - 2 - 10p, now fenced off from rest of 
field, abutting -
                          south - to Lower Oxenfield, sold to George E. JEMMETT
                          east - to Little Cow Field
                          north - to Ten Acres
                          west - to land previously TOURNAY, now THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                          [289c]
Occupied by ALLEN, then Charles GIBSON, now RUTTON (part of 14/- see Court 9 December 1820)

Henry Loftie RUTTON admitted.

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Wednesday 29 April 1835   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas WHITFELD, of Lewes, banker, James WHITFELD, of Falmer, farmer, William COOPER of Hurst, 
near Brighton, gent., & wife Martha, George Patey PARKIN of Regent Square,Grays Inn Road,Middx., gent., 
& wife Ann & Eleanor WHITFELD of Lawford, Essex, children of Lewis WHITFELD, previously of Ashford,
winemaker, then of Lewes, banker.

Lewis WHITFELD held land with barn, now coachhouse, & 1 rood of land abutting -
                          north - to lands of Robert MASCALL, then Lewis WHITFELD, late William JEMMETT
                          south,east & west - to other lands of WHITFELD, described below
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [344]
With right of way to North Lane over land occupied by John WATERMAN, then William WHITFELD, 
surgeon, now Mary CURTEIS


also
: land 3 - 33p (part now of walled garden) abutting -
                          north - to lands of WHITFELD, previously Robert MASCALL
                          east - to land of Robert MASCALL, previously Lewis WHITFELD                            [ ? ]
                          south & west - to lands of WHITFELD, described above & below, & land late Mary 
                                                    HORTON, widow.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d.                           [345b]
Occupied by John WATERMAN, Lewis WHITFELD, late William WHITFELD, now Mary CURTEIS 


also
: land, 1/2 acre abutting -
                          west - to garden of Red Lion of Richard Fitch HORTON, to garden of Lewis WHITFELD, & 
                                                    then his widow Mary, & garden previously George KNOTT
                          north - to lands of WHITFELD above
                          east - to lands of Richard Fitch HORTON
                          south - to several gardens previously John Henry SMITH, Edw. FIELD, Thomas POWSEY, 
                                                    & John [   ?   ] [writing smudged]
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                           [76]

Surrenderd to will of Lewis WHITFELD at Courts 28 December 1780 & 19 April 1797.

[ Previous Court 9 December 1828    Next Court 26 June 1835]

WHITFELD deceased 16 September 1812. By will dated 20 December 1803 property including mansion house 
in North Lane & house adjoining, occupied by him, to wife for life, then to all children.

At death 6 children : Thomas, James, Martha (wife of William COOPER), Ann (now wife of George Patey 
PARKIN), Eleanor & Francis (who died 27 October 1812, a minor).

Mary WHITFELD, widow, admitted 2 November 1813 & deceased 27 May 1834.

Thomas admiited at rents of    2d    4d    2d
James admitted at rents of      1d    4d    2d  [to Thomas 26/6/35]
Martha admitted at rents of      1d    3d    2d  [to Thomas 26/6/35]
Ann admitted at rents of          1d     3d    2d  [to Thomas 26/6/35]
Eleanor admitted at rents of     1d     4d    2d [to Thomas 26/6/35]
                                             6d   1/6d   10d
                                          [344]  [345b]  [76]

[ Previous Court 9 December 1828    Next Court 26 June 1835]

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Saturday 30 May 1835    S
ame Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John HORTON of Ashford, maltster, held land previously Hempspot, 30p abutting -
                          south - to garden of John, then son John Bennett HORTON
                          east - to yard, previously George SINNOTT, then garden of cap. messuage of Robert 
                                                    MASCALL, now John APSLEY
                          north - to lands previously John WATERMAN, then Lewis WHITFELD, then Robert 
                                                    MASCALL now William JEMMETT 
                          west - to garden previously John COLE, now Mary WHITFELD, widow, with right of way to
                                                    Gravelpit, occupied by John ,then Robert MASCALL, & heirs of Josias
                                                    PATTERSON, now John APSLEY & William JEMMETT.
From      E -> W      4 rods 14ft. 1in     [88ft. 4in.]
              N -> S       6 rods                [107ft. 3in]
                                                                                                        Rent 2                          [180]

By indtres 15/16 September 1770 (1) John HORTON & son J.B. HORTON  (2) Robert FITCH of Pluckley & 
John MASCALL   (3) Mary FITCH (marriage settlement.)

John HORTON deceased 19 April 1776. Widow Mary admitted 18 October 1776.

John Bennett HORTON admitted 25 October 1793 on surrender of Richard and Elizabeth GREENHILL & 
Stephen GREENHILL to land, 2 - 2 - 14p, occupied by William CORNFORD & William HAYWARD, then 
Richard Fitch HORTON, now William PARNELL, abutting -
                          south & west - to highway Ashford to Willesborough
                          northwest, north east & south east - to garden, previously Robert COOKE, now James WALL.
                          northwest - to lands previously Richard & Stephen GREENHILL, then Thomas ALLEN
                          north - to lands of Stephen ADES, now Richard GREENHILL called Great Goggle.
                          east - to lands previously George ROOKE, now William JEMMETT.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                           [pt.144]
Surrendered to will 27 October 1795 

By indtre. 31 December 1802 (1) J.B. HORTON   (2) son Richard Fitch HORTON   (3) John WELLS 
(4) daughter Catherine WELLS (5) Richard GREENHILL & Isaac TOURNAY (marriage settlement)

J.B. HORTON deceased 19 January 1806 . Will 10 December 1805.

Mary HORTON, widow of John, senior, deceased 6 October 1806.
Mary HORTON,w idow of John Bennett HORTON admitted 31 October 1808.
Richard Fitch HORTON admitted to land 2 - 2 - 1. Deceased 1 September 1814.
Catherine HORTON, widow ,admitted to this land 4 November 1816.

[ Previous Court 9 November 1821    Next Court 3 May 1838].


Mary, widow of John B. HORTON deceased [    ] February 1820 .

Catherine HORTON, widow, admitted 9 Nomber 1821 and deceased 24 June 1833, leaving 4 chilrdren :
George, James, Richard (now of Strood, Kent, linendraper) & Frances. 
James deceased 8 May 1825, aged 19 years.
[George] [roll gives Richard]      admitted   1d   +   1/4d
Richard admitted                                     1d   +   1/4d
Frances admitted                                    1d   +    1/4d
                                                             3d          4/-
                                                          [180]       [144a]

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Friday 26 June 1835   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & John TUNBRIDGE

Edw. NORTON of Walbrook, London, appointed Deputy Steward for surrender out of Court.

Rev. William Brett WHITFELD of Lawford, Essex, John TONGE of Sittingbourne, gent.,& William TONGE 
of Morants Court, Sevenoaks (trustees of Lewis WHITFELD) surrender on sale, consid. 1470 to Thomas
WHITFELD.

6 pieces land (previously 5), 34 acres, two pieces called Longham, two the Brooks, one Six Acres & residue
Shaffradge, abutting -
                          south - to lands previously John GRANT,then Grace WHITFELD
                          north - to lands previously Isaac RUTTON, then Lewis WHITFELD, to lands previously John
                                                    ASHERST, now Thomas QUIHAMPTON & lands previously John GRANT, 
                                                    then Grace WHITFELD, & to Pellacres.
                                                                                                        Rent 1 - 4 - 4d                 [281]
Occupied Thomas HENLEY, Samuel FLINT, Lewis WHITFELD, now Barling SHARPE.

{Previous Court 28 April 1813


Lewis WHITFELD admitted 16 May 1796 on surrender of Isaac RUTTON, & executors admitted 28 April 1813.

Surrendered to Thomas WHITFELD, who is admitted.

ALSO : James WHITFELD surrenders to Thomas WHITFELD on sale, consid. 48, one fifth share of lands as 
at Court 29 April 1835, at rents of 1d., 4d., 2d.

William & Martha COOPER          @ 48, lands at rents of      1d.,    3d.,    2d.
George Patey PARKIN & wife Ann @ 48, land at rents of       1d.,    4d.,    2d.
Eleanor WHITFELD                      @ 48, lands @ rents of     1d.,    4d.,    2d.
                                                                                                                                             [344,345b & 76]
Thomas WHITFELD then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 29 April 1835    Next Court 3 August 1853 to G.F. WILKS]


ALSO: Stephen TUNBRIDGE of Ashford, cornfactor, & wife Anne surrender to Margaret SILLS, widow, & 
William MORLEY, grocer, to secure 1900, by indtre. 28 March 1835 - land with barn & pond, called Ten 
Acres, now 11 - 0 - 24p, abutting -
                          east - to land called Orchard
                          west - to Barrow Hill Barn pasture
                          north - to lands of Poor (late occupied by Pierce ANDREWS, now John SIDDERS,) part of
                                                    Barrack Ground, & lands late occupied John PIERSON & James HEALEY, 
                                                    & lands previously Thomas JOY, now James STEVENS, & lands late 
                                                    William DEEDES, now Rev. Alex. POWER
                          south - to lands previously Stephen TOURNAY, now EARL OF THANET, & land of William
                                                    ALLEN, now Henry Loftie RUTTON
                                                                                                        Rent 16/4d.                      [288]
Occupied by James FLINT, William ALLEN, now Benjamin THORPE.

Admitted 18 December 1833.


Also: land, previously Barrack Ground.                                                 Rent 1/-                           [288a]

Also : land, Barrowhill Barn pasture, 6 - 1 - 34p & First Ram Field 2 - 3 - 10p, & Second Ram Field 3 - 0 - 10p,
abutting -
                          east - to Ten Acres & land of THANET, previously TOURNAY
                          west - to lands previously William ALLEN, now THANET.
                          south - to Nineteen Acres
                          north - to Barrack Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 11/4d                       [287]
Occupied by James FLINT, then William ALLEN, then Benjamin THORPE & Edward RAYNER, 
now Benjamin THORPE


Also: land, 14 acres, part of Nineteen, now Twenty Acres, 20 - 3 - 5p., abutting -
                          south - to rest of Nineteen Acres
                          north - to First & Second Ram Fields
                          east - to lands of TOURNAY, then THANET & lands previously ALLEN, now George 
                                                    E. JEMMETT
                          west - to Muckhouse Field of ALLEN, now THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 8/11d                       [290]
Occupied by James FLINT, William ALLEN, Edward RAYNER, now Benjamin THORPE


Also : land, 2 1/2 acres, now laid to Nineteen Acres at east end, abutting -
                          north - to other parts of Nineteen Acres
                          west - to land of William ALLEN
                          east - to land previously ALLEN, now George E. JEMMETT
                          south - to Smallmead, previously ALLEN, now THANET
                                                                                                        Rent 2/3d.                        [283]
Occupied by James FLINT, William ALLEN, Edward RAYNER, now Benjamin THORPE .

SILLS & MORLEY admitted conditionally.


ALSO: John HUTTON was admitted 26 September 1825 on surrender of John Boys DOWNE & wife Elizabeth to
garden 22ft. x 30 ft. with stable etc., abutting -
                          north - to garden previously Thomas MATTHEWS & since built on by Robert HOUGHTON
                          west - to garden of William RABSON
                          south - to Churchfield
                          east - to common way.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [110]
Occupied by John ASHDOWN 

Loan of 450 by ASHDOWN by indtre 26th September 1825 now repaid, but premises now surrendered to
ASHDOWN, who is admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 26 September 1825    Next Court 19 December 1877]


ALSO -  Proclamation of the death of John PIERCE.

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[           ] 14 July 1835    Lord Thomas DAWES Steward William CRITTENDEN

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John PIERCE of Canterbury, brewer, then of Dover, Esq., held land 5 rods x 2 1/2 rods, abutting - 
[ 32 1/2ft x 51 1/4 ft.]
                          north - to land now called Parkfield, previously John FOOTE, then George now William WALTER
                          east - to land now with stables, etc. previously John FOOTE, then George, now William
                                                    WALTER
                          south - to yard of "George", previously William BALDOCK, then John PIERCE, now William
                                                    RIGDEN & Harriet DELMAR.
                          west - to land 2 - 25p below
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [214]
Occupied by Simon PEVERET, William PILCHER, now James ROGERS

Admitted 7 June 1810


also - land 2 - 25p occupied as above, abutting -
                          north - to Parkfield
                          east - to land above
                          west - to messuage sold by William BALDOCK to William CARRECK
                          south - to messuage previously Thomas COLE, then devisees of Ambrose REEVE , & to
                             messuage & land late heirs of George BACK, then Richard BARRETT, now Edward Watson
                            SIMONDS, & messuage previously J.A. GORSSE, in right of wife Sarah, now devisees of Edw.
                            HONISS, & to messuage of Stephen GREENHILL, now Thomas HAFFENDEN, & messuage
                            previously Leo APSLEY, now John APSLEY, & messuage of Elizabeth BROOK & messuage
                            late Thomas MATSON, now Rev. Samuel HILL & Ann JOY.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d.                         [215]

By will of John PIERCE dated 4 November 1833, all property to 4 daughters, Mary Marsh BUCKNER, wife of 
Lt. Col. Richard BUCKNER, Elizabeth Roberta, Catherine Sarah, & Charlotte PIERCE

Deceased 22 November 1833. Will proven PCC 22 March 1834.

4 daughters admitted at rents of 4 x 1d. & 3d. and 3 x 4d.

[ Previous Court 7 June 1810    Next Court 17 December 1835]


ALSO - Sarah MILLEN of Ashford, widow of Thomas, late of Challock, limeburner, James MILLEN of Westwell,
farmer, & John MILLEN of Challock, husbandman, acknowledge receipt from John THURSTON of Ashford,
carpenter, on 14 July 1835 of 790 - 13 -10d in repayment of principal & interest due on conditional surrender
of properties, at 10d., 2 1/2d., 8 1/2d., 1/8d at Court 4 July 1825.


ALSO - John THURSTON, late of Ham Street, but now of Ashford, carpenter & wife Elizabeth surrender to John
DUNGLEY of Ashford, ironmonger, on sale consid. 700, land & buildings, abutting -
                          east - to lands previously Grace WHITFELD, then Thomas STARTUP, now devisees of Robert
                                                    HOUGHTON - 6 perch & 4ft. [103 ft.]
                          south - to part of yard, previously garden of Samuel FLINT 20 1/2ft.
                          west - to lands previously Thomas FLINT, then Edward CHITTENDEN, now John THURSTON
                          north - to messuage etc., previously Thomas FLINT, then Edw. CHITTENDEN, now 
                                                    John THURSTON 16ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d                          [118]
Admitted 29 November 1825

also : garden 32 ft. x 22 1/2 ft. , enclosed with pails [sic], previously orchard, previously Mary EVENDEN, 
widow, abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD, Thomas STARTUP, devisees of Robert HOUGHTON
                          south & west - to land FLINT/CHITTENDEN/THURSTON
                          north - to land previously CHITTENDEN, now THURSTON
                                                                                                        Rent 2 1/2d.                     [119]
Occupied by Elizabeth DAWSON, then Thomas FLINT, Edw. CHITTENDEN & now John THURSTON.


Also : land & building abutting -
                          west - to land Thomas FLINT/CHITTENDEN/THURSTON & lands previously John DAY, 
                                                    Richard HAMMON & now John TUNBRIDGE
                          north - to messuage of Thomas FLINT
                          east - to lands FLINT/CHITTENDEN/THURSTON
                          south - to land previously orchard, of FLINT, then CHITTENDEN.
                                                                                                        Rent 8 1/2d.                     [124]

also : land, previously orchard, 23p. abutting -
                          east - to land of Grace WHITFELD/ STARTUP / HOUGHTON
                          south - to college lands.
                          west - to land FLINT/ Edw. CHITTENDEN/ Richard HAYWARD, now THURSTON
                                                                                                        Rent 12d.                         [125]

also : land abutting -
                          east - to land FLINT/CHITTENDEN /THURSTON 73ft. 5in. then turning west 10ft. 6in., then 
                                                    south 3ft. 8in, then west 20ft 5in., abutting to lands of Vicar.
                          west - 68ft. 1in.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [182a]
Occupied by FLINT/ CHITTENDEN & HAYWARD / THURSTON abutting partly to land of John DAN, then 
Richard HAMMON, now John TUNBRIDGE. & partly John PAYNE, since Richard HAMMON, now John
TUNBRIDGE & from W -> E on north 38ft. 6in., abutting to lands of John PAYNE, since Richard HAMMON, 
now TUNBRIDGE
Now enclosed by brick wall.


John DUNGEY admitted, and then surrenders to Mary Hills HAMMOND, of Canterbury, widow., conditional 
to secure 2000 + interest of 4%.

John DUNGEY surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 4 July 1828    Next Court 9 March 1854]

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Friday, 24 July 1835    Lord & Steward as before.

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John NANCE & wife Anne surrender to Ephraim Hemmings SNOAD on sale, consid. 50, land (on part of 
which stood messuage long since taken down by John NANCE) abutting -
                          east - to footway Churchyard to Beaver 55ft. 6in
                          south - to land previously John APSLEY, then M.E. Gold, now John COBB.
                          west - to land of Grammar School 54 ft.
                          north - to messuage previously Charles STODDART, John James BOND, now Lewis 
                                                    Ambrose REEVE (on north & south) 27ft.
                                                                                                        Rent (previously 3d.) now 2d.  [207]
Occupied by Edward WILDBOAR, Thomas EDNEY, now Ephraim SNOAD.

Previously with half well, sold by NANCE to John VINSET.

Admitted 22 April 1815 

SNOAD admitted.

[ Previous Court 22 April 1815    Next Court 3 August 1857]

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Homage: John ELLIOTT & Stephen TUNBRIDGE

James DORMAN of Sandwich, woolstapler & wife Charlotte, surrender to Mark DORMAN of Ashford, leather 
cutter, on sale, consid. 90 moiety of previous office of MUNN & JEMMETT, now kitchen etc., abutting -
                          north - to common sewer called copyhold gutter
                          west - to land previously Grace WHITFELD, now Mark DORMAN
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to passage

also - land with shed lately erected by DORMAN abutting -
                          west - to building previously stables, granaries & slaughterhouse W -> E on
                          north 38 ft. 7 in., on south 29ft. 1 in. N -> S on west, to buildings 55 ft. [sic] on east 29ft., 
                                                    with scouring house, previous necessary house. This land laid open to 
                                                    St. John's Lane, with right passage by John WORGER.
                                                                                                        Rent (moiety) 5d.             [101b?]
Previously occupied by John BACK, then Harry HOWLAND, Mary HOWLAND, his mother, now 
James & Mark DORMAN.

Admitted 14 July 1830.


ALSO : messuage & washhouse, & garden on the south side, abutting -
                          north - to gutter & freehold messuage
                          east - to garden & corn warehouse of George LEPINE
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to passage between this land & that above
(except small piece of garden with corn warehouse, 14 in within SE corner of house of Thomas MILLEN, 
and extending to south end of garden 8ft. 4in., at corner post of building of George LEPINE, on which west 
wall of corn warehouse is built.)
                                                                                                        Rent (moiety) 2 1/2d.
Occupied by Thomas MILLEN, Ann TAYLOR, now Richard BROWN

Admitted on surrender of Richard GREENHILL 14 July 1830.

Mark DORMAN admitted.

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Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas RHOADES of Chichester appointed Deputy Steward for this surrender.

Richard BUCKNER of Whyke, near Chichester, & wife Mary Marsh BUCKNER surrender 1/4 ([one quarter] of 
land, previously orchard 5 rods x 2 1/2 rods [82 1/2ft. x 41 1/4 ft.] abutting -
                          north - to Parkfield, previously John FOOTE, then George, now William WALTER
                          east - to land with stables etc., previously John FOOTE, then George, now William WALTER
                          south - to "George" yard, now William RIGDEN & Harriet DELMAR
                          west - to land 2 - 25p below.
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                           [214]
Occupied by Simon PEVERET, William PILCHER, now James ROGERS.


also : - land 2 - 25p., occupied as above, abutting -
                          north - to Parkfield
                          west - to messuage sold by William BALDOCK to William CARRECK
                          south - to messuage previously Thomas COLE, then devisees of Ambrose REEVE, 
                             messuage of George BACK, then Richard BARRETT, now Edw. W. SIMONDS, messuage 
                             & land previously J.A. GORSSE, now devisees of Edw. HONISS, messuage previously
                             Stephen GREENHILL, now Thomas HAFFENDEN, messuage previously Leo APSLEY, now
                             John APSLEY, messuage of Elizabeth BROOKE, and messuage previously Thomas
                            MATSON, now Rev. Samuel HILL & Ann JOY
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d                         [215]

Admitted 14 July 1835. Surrendered to William RIGDEN of Faversham, brewer, on sale consid. 48
Also for Elizabeth Roberta PIERCE
Catherine Sarah PIERCE
Charlotte PIERCE

[ Previous Court 14 July 1835    Next Court 16 June 1858 (enfranchised) ]

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Wednesday 13 April, 1836
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark Dorman

Henry Loftie RUTTON of Ashford, gent., surrendered out of Court 4 April 1836, with wife Barbara Lushington
RUTTON, not on sale, to Edward STODDARD, wine merchant, William WALTER, innkeeper, George James
MORGAN, gent., all of Ashford [appointment of trustees]

land with tenement etc., Little Cow Field, or First Field, previously 2 - 2 - 18p, now 2 - 2 - 28p (previously part 
of field 4 - 0 - 18p, balance now Hop Garden Field, sold by William ALLEN by G.E. JEMMETT) abutting -
                          south - to Hop Garden Field
                          west & north - to land below Upper Oxen & Orchard Fields
                          east - to drove way called Hempstead Lane
                                                                                                         Rent 4/1d                        [286a]
Occupied by William ALLEN, Stephen TUNBRIDGE, now Henry Loftie RUTTON

(apportioned at Court 9 December 1820) Admitted 5 March 1835

also : land with lodge etc., previously 3 - 2 - 24p now 3 - 3 - 11p., abutting -
                          east - to Hempstead Lane
                          south - to Little Cow Field
                          west - to Ten Acres, sold by D & G ELLIOTT to Stephen TUNBRIDGE
                          north - to common footway called Love Lane
                                                                                                         Rent 5/-                           [285]
Occupied by William ALLEN, George PETTIT, now H.L. RUTTON

also: land with barn, Upper Oxen Field, 2 - 2 -13p, now 2 - 3 - 10p., abutting
                          south - to balance of Oxen Field, sold to G.E. JEMMETT
                          east - to Little Cow Field
                          north - to Ten Acres
                          west - to land of THANET, previously TOURNAY
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [289c]
Occupied by William ALLEN, Charles GIBSON, now Henry Loftie RUTTON


STODDART etc., admitted, subject to terms of indtre. 5 January 1836.

STODDART etc., then surrender to Thomas John STARTUP, of Ashford, gent., on sale, consid. 290, land 
first described at                                                                               rent of 4/1d.                     [286a]

- to George ELLIOTT of Ashford, cornfactor, land at rent of 5/-, consid. 500                                 [285]
- to Rev. John Edward Nassau MOLESWORTH of St. Paul, Canterbury on sale consid. 285 for 
land at                                                                                             rent of 3/-                         [289c]

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Monday 18 April 1836   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Edward BARTON of Great Chart, gent., surrendered 16 April out of Court to Peter RABSON of Ashford,
linendraper, on sale, consid. 380 - butcher's shop, with cellar etc., abutting -
                          east - to shop of John LAMBIN, then Elizabeth COUTTS, now William HAYWARD, (rent 14/-)
                          south - to house of Anthony HILLS, now Edward BARTON (rent 1/2d) and premises described
                                                    below (rent 8d.)
                          north & west - to Butchery
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                          [58]

also - messuage abutting -
                          west - to shop above at rent of 9d.
                          east - to shop previously Ann HOOKER, William PHILLIPS, now devisees of Paul ANDREWS
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to premises of Anthony HILLS (rent 1/2d)
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [61]
Occupied by Elizabeth COUTTS, [ ] FRIAR, [ ] BLATCHER, now William HAYWARD

also : - messuage 15ft x 11ft -> 8ft, behind shop above , at rent of 9d.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                        [60]
Occupied by John LAMBIN, Thomas LANES, now William HAYWARD


also - land, occupied as above 11ft x 4ft abutting -
                          east - to shop
                          north - to premises above at rent of 9d.
                          west & south - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 8d                          [57]

also - land abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard 30ft. 6in
                          south - to garden of James COSTEKER, now John ELLIOTT 28ft. 3in
                          east - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD, now Peter RABSON 57ft. 3in
                          west - to passage 57ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                         [59]

Peter RABSON admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 11 December 1824    Next Court (59) 18 December 1845    Next 6 February 1867]

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Friday 25 November 1836    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

William JEMMETT, esq., held land 1 - 3 - 7p at Gravelpit abutting -
                          south - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then Robert MASCALL, now John APSLEY, 
                                                    and land of John HORTON
                          north & east - to other lands previously MASCALL, then JEMMETT
                          west - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [345a]
Admitted 7 July 1820 

Will of JEMMETT 6 July 1821, lands to trustees for benefit of wife Ellen for life, then to daughter Margaret Eleanor
MAUDE, for life etc. Proved 15 March 1828 PCC.
Trustees admitted at Court 9 December 1828.
Ellen JEMMETT deceased 11 October 1829.
George E. JEMMETT (trustee) deceased 6 June 1831.

Will of M.E. MAUDE dated 17 April 1832 premises to 6 children : William Jemmet MAUDE, Thomas, Ellen Anne
(wife of Charles Henry GREEN) Edmund , George & Cordelia MAUDE.
Deceased 19 January 1833. Will proved PCC 11 March 1833, but will not considered to be within the powers 
given by will of William JEMMETT.

By indtre 20 June 1835, Edmund MAUDE admitted.

ALSO : William J. MAUDE admitted to land 7 acres, called Poll Bay Meadow, abutting -
                          south & east - to lands of George ROOKE
                          southwest & east - to River
                          north & east - to lands previously Richard then Stephen GREENHILL.
                                                                                                        Rent 14/-                          [ 290A]


also: 3 pieces land, 7 acres in East Mead, abutting -
                          west - to highway & lands previously John COULTER
                          north - to river & lands previously Thomas WATTS, & land previously Daniel FUSS
                          east - to lands of George ROOKE
                          south - to lands of RUTTON called Pellacre
                                                                                                        Rent 18/8d                       [291]

Ellen PATTERSON admitted 5 April 1799.

William Jemmett MAUDE admitted (as eldest son), but then surrenders to George MAUDE.

[ Previous Court 24 September 1799    Next Court

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Monday 29 September 1836   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Stephen TUNBRIDGE

John APSLEY of Ashford, carpenter, L.A. REEVE, cabinet maker, William SEALE & Thomas SEALE (devisees 
of Thomas BOURNE), surrender to Mark DORMAN on sale, consid. 230, land abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane, previously BALDOCK etc. 37ft. 6in.
                          south - to messuage, previously Thomas BOURNE 36ft.
                          west - to garden below 60ft. 6in
                          east - to other gardens below 60ft. 6in.
with cottages erected by Edward HONISS
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [164]
Occupied by Francis WORGER & Widow WEAVER, now WORGER & Frederick DANE.


also - gardens etc. abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane 38ft. 3in
                          south - to lands previously Benjamin HARRISON, now Stephen SCOTT etc. 35ft. 3in.
                          west - to land previously Stephen GREENHILL, then John now Thomas HAFFENDEN 60ft. 6in
                          east - to lands above 60ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                          [165]
Occupied by William NORLEY, Daniel CHITTENDEN & Isaac PUNNETT, now NORLEY, 
Hunter SNATT, & John DIVERS


also - garden with stables etc., now huts, abutting -
                          north- to Back Lane 20ft. 6in
                          south - to buildings previously William SIDDERS, now Edw. W. SIMONDS 20ft. 6in.
                          east - to land previously William SIDDERS,now E.W. SIMONDS 60ft. 6in.
                          west - to first land above 60 ft. 6in
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                          [166]
Occupied by William TUNBRIDGE, Isaac PUNNETT, & Vincer FOWLER, now John DIVES, 
Hunter SNATT & William NORLEY.


Admitted 15 January 1835 
[Previous Court,    next Court 15 October 1860]

Mark DORMAN admitted & surrenders to persons in his will

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Tuesday 24 January 1837   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

George LEPINE, woolstapler, deceased, held land & buildings now used as wool warehouse, on east 
4 rods 7ft. [73ft.], on south 4 rods 6ft [72ft.], abutting -
                          east - to lands of Mary NOAKES, George PATEY, Saul YATES, now Thomas SCOTT 
                                                    4 rods 7ft. [73ft.]
                          south - to lands of Vicar 4 rods 6ft [72 ft.]
                          west - to land previously Mary DREWRY, now Mark DORMAN 5 rods 2ft. [84 1/2ft.]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 3 rods 5ft. [54 1/2ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                           [348]
Occupied by George PATEY, Martha PARKIN, Saul YATES & George William CARTWRIGHT, 
John Ellis WOOD, then George LEPINE.

Surrendered to will 17 January 1814. Deceased 5 February 1836.
By will 10 February 1835 all property to son George LEPINE.

George LEPINE, jnr., admitted & surrenders to person in will.

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Friday 14th April 1837   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Richard LEWIS of Ashford, maltster, acknowledges receipt of 600 from Richard HORTON of Strood, Kent,
linendraper, to discharge conditional surrender of 1/3rd of land 2 - 2 - 14p & land 30p at rents of 1/4d & 1d., 
as at Court 30 May 1835.

Richard HORTON then surrenders to Richard LEWIS on sale, consid. 10.

Repeat for Frances HORTON

Richard HORTON then surrenders 2/3rds to persons in his will.

ALSO : Richard HORTON surrenders 1/3rd to Richard GREENHILL of Ashford, tanner, on sale consid. 
83 - 6 - 8d, meadow land 2 - 2 - 14p, occupied by William CORNFORD & WIlliam HAYWARD, then Richard 
Fitch HORTON, now William PARNELL, abutting -
                          south west - to highway, Ashford to Willesborough
                          northwest, northeast & south east - to garden previously Robert COKE, now James WALL
                          north west - to land previously Richard, then Stephen GREENHILL, then Thomas ALLEN
                          north - to Great Goggle
                          east - to land previously George ROOKE, now William JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 1/4d                        [144a]

Richard GREENHILL admited.

Repeat for Frances HORTON

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Tuesday 28 November 1837    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Thomas HAFFENDEN, surgeon, late of Ashford, now of Hanwell, Middlesex, & wife Mary Ann surrendered on 
sale consid. 45 to John BEET of Ashford, surgeon

land 1/2 rood & 5p abutting -
                          west - to land previously John APSLEY, then John BROOK, now his widow
                          north - to Back Lane, previously BALDOCK
                          east - to land previosly Stephen ATKINS, then GORSSE, HONISS, now Mark DORMAN
                          south - to lands previously John HAFFENDEN, & lands previously John APSLEY now then 
                                                    his son John, lately deceased, now his devisees.
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [147b]
Occupied by John, then Thomas HAFFENDEN, now John BEET

[ Previous Court 6 February 1811 Next Court 1 December 1856]


ALSO: George LEPINE, deceased, held land with warehouse, erected by William BOARMAN, abutting -
                          east - to messuage previously "Bell" of Thomas PAYNE, now John WORGER, & meeting 
                                                    house of dissenters, now warehouse 51ft. 9in.
                          west - to messuage & garden of Mary DREWRY, then Edward PIKE, John READER, now 
                                                    Mark DORMAN, occupied by Widow SNOAD & Elizabeth COSTEKER, 
                                                    then Thomas MILLEN, now Elizabeth LEPINE 53ft.
                          north - to messuage previously William BOARMAN, then George LEPINE now Elizabeth 
                                                    LEPINE (previously 28ft 9in) 29ft.6in
                          south - to St. John's Lane (previously 21ft.)
                                                                                                        Rent 1/5d.                       [154]
lately stood on this land woodhouse etc., occupied by Edward PIKE, James ALDERSON, then 
Thomas PAYNE, William BOARMAN, George, now Elizabeth LEPINE.

By will of LEPINE, premises to widow Elizabeth, son George & Charles Finch DOWSETT of Bishopsbourne,
farmer, as trustees, who are admitted.


William RABSON, shopkeeper, deceased held shop in Market, abutting -
                          south & north - to other premsies of Richard, then William RABSON
                          east - to highway
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK, George KILLICK, late James JENNINGS.
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [251]
occupied by William RABSON, then his widow Mary, now daughter Mary


also: land adjoining, 36ft. x 2ft abutting -
                          north - to highway
                          east - to Church Lane
                          west & south - to premises BROOK/ KILLICK/ JENNINGS
                                                                                                        Rent 1/8d                        [252]
Occupied as above 

also : shop 16 1/2ft x 9ft. abutting -
                          east & south - to Market
                          north - to shop of RABSON
                          west - to shop of BROOK etc. & shop of devisees of William HAYWARD
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                       [253]
Occupied as above 


also : shop 19 1/2 ft x 9 ft. abutting -
                          west - to shop of BROOK etc.
                          south - to other shop of RABSON & other shop of BROOK etc.
                          east & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 5/4d                      [254]
occupied as above 

All these 3 shops & premises laid together as one dwelling & shop. 


also: garden etc. abutting -
                          east - to premises previously Matthew HOUGHTON & William DOWNE, then Robert
                                                    HOUGHTON, now devisees of Robert HOUGHTON & William ASHDOWN
                                                    61/2p 6ft [111ft. 3in]
                          west - to lands previously John CHAPMAN, now John COBB 6 1/2p 4ft [112ft 9in.]
                          north - to Churchyard 1 p 7 1/2ft. [ 24ft.]
                          south - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, now highway 2p. [33ft.]
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d                        [255]
Occupied by William & Peter RABSON, now Peter RABSON 

Admitted 16 October 1795 as devisees of Richard RABSON.

By will dated 25 September 1822, property to wife Mary for life, then to two daughters Mary & Ann. 
Deceased 23 February 1830.
Will proved ACC 25 May 1830

Mary RABSON, widow, admitted 21 December 1831, & deceased 19 March 1837.

Mary RABSON (daughter) admitted.

[ Previous Court 21 December 1831 Next Court 18 December 1846]


ALSO : Surrender out of Court, (not on sale) by Rev. Charles Henry GREEN & wife Ellen Anne (nee MAUDE) of
Grundisburgh, Suffolk to William J. MAUDE of Langham Hall nr. Colchester, esq., John William Egerton GREEN 
of Colchester esq., & Edmund MAUDE of Great Winchester Street, London, esq.

land 1 - 3 - 7p near Gravelpit Close, abutting -
                          south - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, then Robert MASCALL, now John APSLEY, &
                                                    land of heirs of John HORTON
                          north & east - to other lands previously MASCALL, then William JEMMETT
                          west - to land prev. Lewis WHITFELD
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                            [345a]
Admitted 25 November 1836

Indtres. 7/8 August 1835 (marriage settlement) Cordelia MAUDE & Thomas BROOKS of St. Mary HALL, Oxford.

William J. MAUDE, J.W.E. GREEN, & Edmund MAUDE admitted.

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Friday 19 January 1838 Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

David KINGSLAND of Pett Street, Wye, yeoman & Mark KINGSLAND of Waltham, yeoman, executors of 
William KINGSLAND, acknowledge repayment by Baker AUSTEN of Ashford, yeoman, of 500 by conditional
surrender of premises at 10/4d, at Court 31 October 1825.

Baker AUSTEN & wife Jane surrender on sale, consid. 715 to Richard GREENHILL, tanner, land called 
Sereland, 6 acres.

also the meadow in the corner, separated from Sereland.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/4d                       [146]
Occupied by Josias PATTERSON, John MASCALL, Charles BAKER, James HAMILTON, Baker AUSTEN, 
Widow HOUGHTON, & Samuel STEDDY, now Messrs. DUNGEY.

Admitted 9 November 1821

Richard GREENHILL admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.


ALSO :- John LEEDS of Hythe, grocer & George ELLIOTT of Ashford, cornfactor, executors of John LEEDS 
of Ashford, yeoman, acknowledge receipt from Edward Watson SIMONDS of 500 by conditional surrender 
by William SIDDERS of Ashford, grocer & wife Elizabeth to LEEDS at Court 21 August 1818 & 24 February 1823.

Surrender by SIMONDS of land at Tilton, with candle & tallow house lately erected, abutting -
                          east - to lands of devisees of Thomas REEVE
                          north - to lands of devisees of John PIERCE
                          south - to lands of Joseph & Mary BOSWELL, Richard BARRETT, then William SIDDERS, 
                                                    now SIMONDS
                          west - to land etc. previously Lifford BOURNE, now Mark DORMAN.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d. + 6d. = 1/-          [32]
Occupied by Elizabeth SMALL, widow, Francis NORWOOD & Henry TRICE, William SCOTT & Ann TAYLOR, 
now William MORLEY.

Admitted 24 February 1823.

Surrendered to John Richard BISHOPP of Boughton Aluph, yeoman, conditonal, to secure 500 + 4%

[ Previous Court 24 February 1823    Next Court 15 January 1856 ]

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Friday 3 May 1838   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN
John HORTON held land etc. [see Court 9 November 1821]

Catherine HORTON, widow, deceased 24 June 1833. Four children, George, James, Richard & Frances.

James deceased 8 May 1825, a minor.

George HORTON admitted to 1/3rd of land called Hempspot & land 2 - 2 - 14p at rent of 1 halfpenny & 1/4d 
(part of 2 1/2d & 4/-) 
                                                                                                                                              [180 & 144a]

George HORTON admitted & then surrenders to Richard LEWIS, maltster, on sale consideration 10.

Richard LEWIS admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

ALSO : - George HORTON surrenders to Richard GREENHILL 1/3rd of land 2 - 2 - 14p
                                                                                                                                             [144a]

Richard GREENHILL admitted & surrenders to persons in his will.

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Friday 16 November 1838
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Stephen TUNBRIDGE

Robert KETTLE of Ashford, victualler, held land with barn (then tenements) abutting -
                          east - to tenement of James & Mark DORMAN 65ft.
                          south - to lands of Robert HOUGHTON 29ft.
                          west - to common way 65ft.
                          north - to 3 cottages, (previously woodhouse) of Robert HOUGHTON 28ft.
& middle privy.                                                                                          Rent 6d.                    [329]

KETTLE deceased April 1834 intestate. Only son John KETTLE of Dover, gent.

John KETTLE admitted & surrenders to Mark DORMAN, on sale, consid. 19.

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Tuesday 27 November 1838
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & John TUNBRIDGE

Daniel & Mark KINGSLAND acknowledge repayment of 526 - 8 - 9d, secured by conditional surrender 
from devisees of Robert HOUGHTON, i.e. Elizabeth HOUGHTON, Robert KETTLE & Henden HOUGHTON, 
as at Court 22 May 1821.

Henden HOUGHTON now admitted to premises at rent of 8d. [340] and then surrenders to Mark DORMAN on 
sale, consideration 131 land with 3 cottages, occupied by William BROWN, [        ] BARTLETT, & [          ]
now Isaac PUNNETT, George DAVIS, and [          ] abutting -
                          east - to building sometime slaughterhouse, of Mary DREWRY, now Mark DORMAN
                          south - to ground previously John VIRRILL, then John KETTLE (heir of Robert KETTLE) sold 
                                                    to DORMAN
                          west - to passage to St. John's Lane 1 1/2rod 13ft. [37ft. 9in.]
                          north - to St. John's Lane 1 1/2 rod [24ft. 9in.]
                                                                                                        rent of 8d.                        [340]

Admitted 3 January 1827, then part surrendered to Mark DORMAN, at 2d., part of 8d.

DORMAN admitted to balance @ 6d.                                                                                        [340]


ALSO : - Henden HOUGHTON surrenders to Robert HOUGHTON, junr., on sale, consideration 147, land
previously with forge, now a warping room, etc., abutting -
                          north - to gutter 23ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 27ft. 7in.
                          west - to land previously John THORPE, then Thomas GELLIBRAND, now John 
                                                    WORGER 65ft. 1in.
                          east - to land previously John BUSHELL, then Thomas BONNER, Felix FAGG, 
                                                    Joseph SKINNER, now John FUKES 76ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3 1/2d.                   [347]
Occupied by George PATEY, Robert HOUGHTON, Widow Elizabeth HOUGHTON, now Robert HOUGHTON, jnr.

[ Previous Court 3 January 1827    Next Court 12 October 1843]

also : Henden HOUGHTON surrenders to Robert HOUGHTON, junr., on sale, consid. 298, building & 
manufactory with cottage under same roof; part of manufactory erected by Robert HOUGHTON on ground 
previously described as 3 gardens, part of land at rent of 5d. & garden 1 rod, 11 ft., 10in.[27ft. 10in.] on east 
& 1 rod 13 ft. [29ft. 6in] on north, small part of premises @ 8d, also site of building & ground, whole length of
building 14ft. 2in wide, with 3 privies, previously said to be 1 rod 11ft. 4in [27ft. 10 in.] on east & 1 rod 13ft. 
(29ft. 6in) on north. Building to be surrendered abuts -
                          north - to land of John KETTLE, sold to Mark DORMAN & to cottages sold by
                          devisee Robert HOUGHTON to John ASHDOWN
                          south - to land of Vicar
                          east - to garden of DORMAN
                          west - to premises of DUNGEY, previously CHITTENDEN.


also - Henden HOUGHTON surrenders to John ASHDOWN, on sale, consideration 250, messuage or tenement 
in 2 dwellings, occupied by Sarah JACOB & [       ] WEEKES, then FARBRACE, now Widow HOMEWOOD &
Peter YOUNG.

and - 4 messuages or cottages built by Robert HOUGHTON on part of ground previously described as 3 gardens,
occupied by Elizabeth LEEDS, Henry BISHOPP, Widow EDNEY & William BACK., abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane 20ft.
                          south - to land of Henden HOUGHTON 19 1/2 ft.
                          east - to way from St. John's Lane to storehouse , previously Henden, now Robert 
                                                    HOUGHTON 76 ft.
                          west - to premises previously CHITTENDEN, now DUNGEY 76 ft. part of premises at rent of 5d.
                                                                                                        rent of 2d.                         [339b]
John ASHDOWN admitted at apportioned 

[ previous Court 3 January 1827     Next Court 19 December 1871]


Richard HOUGHTON admitted at                                                         rent of 3d.                        [339]

Robert HOUGHTON then surrenders to Mark DORMAN premises @ 4 1/2d & 3d. conditional to secure 700 
& interest                                                                                                                                [347 & 339]

ALSO - Henden HOUGHTON surrenders to John ASHDOWN on sale, consideration 172, land previously stable,
then house & forge, now other buildings, and also land abutting -
                          east - to garden way from Churchyard to Churchfield lane 50ft.
                          south - to land of J.B. DOWN, then John ASHDOWN 32ft. 8in.
                          west - to land of Richard, then William RABSON 51ft. 3 1/4in.
                          north - to Churchyard 31ft. 10 1/4in.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [235]
Occupied by Joan MATHEW & William WALTER, then Francis LOADER & Thomas STANLEY, William POPE,
Ann HILLS, widow, & Edward PIKE, then William MATE, now Robert HOUGHTON & William POPE ,jnr., now 
[      ] KEMP, Henry GOODWIN, Samuel BRAZIER, [         ] STAPLES, & [          ] LUCKHURST.

Admitted 3 January 1827

John ASHDOWN admitted.

[ Previous Court 3 January1827     Next Court 19 December 1877]

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Thursday 20 December 1838   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

David & Mark KINGSLAND acknowledge receipt from John TUNBRIDGE, postmaster, 500 secured by 
conditional surrender 29 July 1825.

John & Sarah TUNBRIDGE surrender land to which they were admitted 29 July etc.

Conditional surrender to John Richard BISHOPP of Boughton Aluph, to secure 500,
of premises at rents of 6/-, 2 1/4d [2 pence farthing], & 2d.                                                        [170, 170A, 182]

[Previous Court 29 July 1825    Next Court 15 October 1860]

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Tuesday 25 June 1839   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

By deed 31st December 1838 Guardians of the Poor of W.A. Union and Thomas THURSTON & Stephen
TUNBRIDGE, churchwardens, Philip MIEN & John ASHDOWN, overseers, sell consid. 112 , to William 
Herne HARVEY, of Hamel Court, Woodnesborough, yeoman & James WALL of Ashford - messuage, now 
five, previously Bridewell & garden 65 ft. x 20 ft., abutting -
                          east - to highway
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to tenement previously John REEVE, now Baptists
                          north - to premises previously William GORHAM, then Elizabeth BOYS, now 
                                                    William GUDGEON.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/6d.                        [12]

Admitted 2 November 1813

William H. HARVEY admitted, subject to trust deed 11 December 1829 (1) John ROGERS (2) William H.
HARVEY , William Harvey STACE of Folkestone, miller, Daniel BALDOCK, ygr., of Frindsbury, miller, 
George BARTLIP of Maidstone, shoemaker, William PARNELL, brewer, William HAYWARD, butcher,
George HAYWARD, butcher, Hercules BANKS, shopseller, John CLOVER, basket maker, Thomas SCOTT,
shopseller, & Stephen SCOTT, ygr., grocer, all of Ashford, William CLARKE of Hinxhill, grazier, John CLARK 
of Hinxhill Court, farmer, William HOOKER ygr., of Aldington, labourer, & John ROGERS.

William Horne HARVEY [i.e. Baptist Trustees] admitted.

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Friday 14 December 1838 [noted as enrolled late]     Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

William WHITFELD, surgeon, deceased, held Bigger Shaffradge etc., 18 acres, abutting -
                          north - to land, previously RUTTON, then Lewis WHITFELD, & to Little Brook
                          east - to land previously George ROOKE, then James HEAD, now James WALL
                          south - to land previously Mrs. Mary FULLER, widow, then William Stacey COAST, now Messrs.
                              ALLISTON Bros., & land previously John ASHERST, now devisees of Thomas QUIHAMPTON
                          west - to Little Brook & lands ASHERST/QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 12/-                         [171]

also : Little Brook, 5 1/4 acres abutting -
                          north - to lands of RUTTON, then WHITFELD
                          east - to Greater Shaffradge
                          south - to New Marsh
                          west - to lands of ASHERST/QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 3/8d                        [172]

also - land, 1 rood, abutting -
                          east, west & south - to lands ASHERST/QUIHAMPTON
                          north - to Scarlett's Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [173]

Admitted 18 August 1818; & deceased 18 April 1838. By will dated 29 December 1835, all property to son 
Francis (by mistake called Frederick) & son-in-law Walter STURT of Sevington, farmer, as trustees for sale. 
Proved by sons William & Henry & daughter Mary Anne. ACC 8 May 1838

Trustees admitted.

[ Previous Court 18 December 1818    Next Court 9 December 1840]

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Saturday 31 August 1839   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

John TUNBRIDGE, postmaster, & wife Sarah, surrender to Rev. Thomas WOOD, Vicar of Ashford , on sale,
consid. 200

land abutting -
                          east - to garden, previously Edward CHITTENDEN, now Messrs. DUNGEY
                          south - to lands of Vicar
                          west - to Churchyard
                          north - to tenements previously occupied by John Cullen KNOTT, now J. TUNBRIDGE &
                                    tenements (lately converted to store), but now demolished , of Richard HAMMON.
                                                                                                        Rent 1 farthing                [170C]
Land now part of Vicarage garden. 

Admitted 29 July 1825

Thomas WOOD admitted.

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Thursday 19 December 1839   
Same Lord & Steward

James West SHREWSBURY, previously of Deal, now Chancery Lane,London, surrenders, not on sale, to
Catherine HUGHES of New House, Mersham, spinster, land 28 acres, Hookwood, abutting -
                          east & north - to Shetfield, now THANET
                          south - to lands previously John SAWKINS, then James HEAD, now James WALL, lands
                                             previously David LADD, now James WALL, land of Edward HUNTER, & river.
                          west & north - to Netherland & Goldmead.
                                                                                                        Rent 44/-                         [226]
Occupied by John MASCALL, Edward DERING,ygr., Robert MASCALL, Francis WHITFELD, now 
George ELLIOTT.

also : 3 pieces meadow, Hookwood, Further Goldmead & Nether Goldmead, previously 5 pieces, 28 acres,
abutting -
                          north- to Shetfield & lands previously RUTTON, then WHITFELD, called Perilacre
                          east - to Middle Acre & Bennett's Brook
                          south - to lands of Lewis WHITFELD
                          west - to river
                                                                                                        Rent 36/-                          [225]

Trust by indtre. 11 October 1839 (1) George PIGG of Deal, pilot, (2) Zachariah HUDSON of Ash, near Sandwich,
miller & James Richardson JACOBS of Wingham, linen weaver (3) Daniel & Mark KINGSLAND (4) James West
SHREWSBURY (5) Francis WHITFELD elder (6) Francis WHITFELD, ygr., now of 25 Paradise Street, City Road,
London, gent., Robert WHITFELD, now of Littlebourne, surgeon, Thomas THURSTON, surveyor, & wife Anne 
(nee WHITFELD) & Mary & Elizabeth WHITFELD, spinsters of Ashford, (7) Catherine HUGHES.

[Previous Court 29 November 1832    Next Court 30 January 1846]

Catherine HUGHES admitted.

[for 4 March 1840, omitted from the Rolls, see after 14 Sept. 1847]

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Wednesday 4 March 1840 [3 Vict]
[ out of sequence]

Lord Thomas DAWES, Steward William CRITTENDEN.

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Stephen TUNBRIDGE

Edward FIELD of Ashford, tailor, treasurer of Benefit Society of St. Stephens Lodge of Oddfellows, established 
in Ashford 1806, & James WALL, surviving trustees & G.E. JEMMETT, William WHITFELD & Paul ANDREWS, 
all deceased, trustees at enrollment in 1821.  200 paid by Mark DORMAN for 2 pieces land abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          west - to Baptists
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          east - to garden of George WITHERDEN
                                                                                                        Rent 3d                           [360]
Occupied : Thomas JOHNSON now James HAMILTON. 

Mark DORMAN admitted conditionally.

[ end of break in sequence]

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Saturday 4 July 1840   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Arthur APSLEY of Lewisham, yeoman, surrenders to Ann APSLEY of Ashford, spinster, on sale, consid. 225
moiety of land N -> S on east 82 ft. & at 10ft. from West 87 ft. E -> W on north 87ft. 2in. & at 10 ft. from North 77ft.
on south side 67ft. with 5 tenements built by Arthur APSLEY, sen., father of Arthur APSLEY, occupied by John
HUMBLE, Edward RAYNER, James ROOTS, Daniel SAVAGE & Alexander POWER, now Thomas SLAUGHTER,
Edward REEVE, James PAYNE, Sarah RAYNER, & William PILCHER
[ For entry for 4 March 1840, see 6 April 1848]
abutting -
                          north - to newly erected tenements, late George PHILPOT, now Wesleyan Meeting House,
                                                    previously of Jeremiah CHITTENDEN
                          east - to land previously Bertram THORNE, then Philip BOGHURST, now William CHITTENDEN
                          south - to Churchfield Lane
                          west - to Drum or Hempstead Lane
                                                                                                        (moiety) Rent 3d.               [169b]
Admitted 9 November 1821

Ann APSLEY admitted.

ALSO: John APSLEY, deceased, held other moiety.
By will 27 October 1836, property to 3 children, Elizabeth, Alexander & Ann APSLEY.
Deceased 19 February 1837.
Will proved ACC 15 April 1837.

Ann APSLEY admitted to 1/3rd @ 1d
Alexander APSLEY admitted to 1/3rd @ 1d.
Elizabeth APSLEY admitted to 1/3rd @ 1d.

Then Alexander APSLEY surrenders to Ann APSLEY
Then Elizabeth APSLEY surrenders to Ann APSLEY                                                                [169b]

[ Previous Court 9 November 1821    Next Court 18 December 1845]


also: John APSLEY held land with carpenter's shop, abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane 21ft.
                          west - to land of John BROOK 60ft. 8in.
                          south - to messuage of William RABBETH & yard behind messuage of John APSLEY, 
                                                    occupied by Thomas STARTUP 26 ft.
                          east - to land of Thomas HAFFENDEN 60ft. 8in.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [147a]

Admitted 6 February 1811 on surrender of Thomas HAFFENDEN.

Alexander, Elizabeth & Ann APSLEY admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 February 1811    Next Court 30 December 1840]

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Friday 11 December 1840   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Francis WHITFELD & Walter STURT, executors of William WHITFELD, surrender to Richard GREENHILL, on 
sale, consid. 1150, lands Bigger Shaffradge etc., at rents of 12/-, 3/8d, & 2d. as at Court 14 December 1838.
                                                                                                                                         [171, 172, & 173]
[Next Court 23 September 1867]


ALSO : John VINCER of Mersham held land in Mersham. Deceased 23 December 1838, property to trustees
Edward VINCER of Chatham, victualler, James VINCER of Mersham, bricklayer, & Wlliam PREBBLE of 
Mersham, victualler.  
Proved ACC 16 February 1839.
                                                                                                                                               [261]
Trustees admitted 

[ Previous Court 5 April 1799    Next Court 24 February 1853]

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Thursday 31 December 1840   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John ELLIOTT & Mark DORMAN

Elizabeth APSLEY surrenders to Alexander APSLEY, premises as at Court 19 December 1839, not on sale 
but by indtre. of partition dated 31 December 1840.

Repeat for Ann APSLEY                                                                                                           [147a]

Alexander APSLEY admitted & then surrenders to persons in his will.

[ Previous Court 4 July 1840    Next Court 4 July 1850 ]

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