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Friday 1 March 1861 Lord G.E. JEMMETT, Steward Frederick Hughes HALLETT

Homage: George H. ANDREWS & John WORGER

Stephen PILCHER of Higher Temple Street, Manchester, gent., (eldest son of William PILCHER of Ashford, grocer,
deceased,one executor [?] of will of Thomas JOY, bricklayer, deceased) appoints Alfred Delmar BULLIN attorney.

Thomas JOY held 2 messuages or tenements etc., in Castle Street., then occupied by him, now by George
HARPER & [       ] AUSTEN.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d [halfpenny]         [222b]

By will 21 May 1819, one messuage to son John JOY, other to daughter Ann JOY.
By codicil 15 May 1827, premises to John for life, then wife Sarah, then daughter Ann.
Thomas JOY deceased July 1827, probate PPR 7 Feb. 1828
Ann JOY admitted 22 December 1828, deceased 25 October 1855.
John JOY admitted 22 December 1828, then bankrupt & premises sold to George TUCKER, surgeon, admitted 
18 December 1833 for life of John.
Sarah, wife of John, deceased 7 May 1832.
John deceased 10 August 1860
Alex. POWER deceased 6 November 1849
William PILCHER deceased 22 April 1855.
Stephen PILCHER admitted, and then surrenders to George HARPER of Ashford, dairyman, consideration 450.

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No record of courts the rest of March 1861 until June 1863

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Friday, 18 June 1863   
Lord G.E. JEMMETT Steward Robert FURLEY

Homage: Richard RABSON & John WORGER

John FOWLER, carpenter, of Ashford, surrenders to Frederick Hughes HALLETT, on sale. consideration 20 -
land with carpenter's shop, built by John APSLEY 4 3/4 rods, abutting -
                          north - to Back Lane, now called Park Street 21ft.
                          west - to land previously John BROOK, now Stephen Henry LAWRENCE 68ft.
                          south- to messuage of LAWRENCE, & land & premises purchased by FOWLER from Alex.
                                                     APSLEY 26ft.4in.
                          east - to land previously Thomas HAFFENDEN, then John, now William BEET 68ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                          [147a]
Admitted 4 July 1850

Frederick Hughes HALLETT admitted.

[ Previous Court 4 July 1850]

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Tuesday 14 July 1863   
same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & George LEPINE

John FARMER & wife Hester surrender to William Richard BROWNE, beer retailer, on sale, consideration 500
messuage or tenement abutting -
                          east - to Church Lane
                          south - to passage
                          north - to highway or passage
                          west - to messuage previously William STROUD, now James BARNS.
                                                                                                        Rent 3/-                           [159]
Occupied by John, then Mary PART,, Benjamin KINGSNORTH, George EDMED, senior, then son George
EDMED, now W.R. BROWNE

Admitted 6 April 1843.

William Richard BROWNE admitted.

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Saturday 26 September 1863   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & John WORGER

William WALTER, late of Ashford, innholder, now of Maidstone, gent., & Benjamin THORPE, surrender to William
WHITFELD, on sale, consideration 355 - land, previously 1 - 1 - 20p, now 1 - 2 - 20p abutting -
                          southwest - to turnpike Ashford to Willesborough
                          north - to lands previously William WALL & George FARBRACE, then John & James WALL,
                                                     now their devisees.
                          east - to lands previously Stephen ADES, now Richard GREENHILL
                          southeast - to lands previously HORTON, now Richard GREENHILL
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [144b]
Occupied by Thomas JOHNSON & William HAYWARD, then Thomas ALLEN, Thomas THURSTON, now 
Henry WHITFELD

Admitted 28 November 1832 as devisee of Thomas ALLEN.

William WHITFELD admitted.

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Thursday 11 October 1866   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & John WORGER

John ASHDOWN, baker, previously of Ashford, now 6 Hanover Crescent, Brighton, gent., acknowledges repayment
by George A. LEWIS, draper, of 250 secured by conditional surrender of Richard CARRECK, deceased, William CARRECK, deceased,Thomas CARRECK, deceased, & James CARRECK, deceased, & Mary Ann FOWLER,
deceased, at Court 12 January 1842 of premises @ 4d.
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[ Previous Court 17 April 1855    Next Court 10 January 1884 ]

George H. ANDREWS, previously of Ashford, innkeeper, now of Kennington, gent., acknowledges receipt of 150
secured by conditional surrender at Court 14 September 1847 ( by James & Frances HEALEY) from Frances
HEALEY of Ashford & William Richard BROWN, innkeeper & wife Ellen, previously Ellen HEALEY, of
premises at rents of 6/4d & 6d.

James HEALEY, greengrocer, deceased, held shop, abutting -
                          north - to Butchery Lane
                          south & east - to waste of Manor, now roadway
                          west - to tenement, previously Anthony HILLS, then Edward BARTON, now Richard RABSON,
                                                     occupied by John ELGAR

Previously 17 1/2 ft x 7 1/2ft, now found to be 17 1/2 ft. x 8ft. 9in.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/4d                          [184]
Occupied by William PHILLIPS, Charles FOWLES, James now Frances HEALEY.


also: land on south side, 6ft. in front, 12ft. at rear, breadth 6ft, now enclosed by James HEALEY, & used as
storage.
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [184A]

Admitted 14 September 1847.
James HEALEY, deceased 23rd December 1848, intestate. Wife Frances, son William Dennis HEALEY, & 
two daughters Frances & Ellen.

Ellen married William Richard BROWNE, innkeeper, 29 September 1861. William
Dennis HEALEY deceased 23rd June 1862, unmarried.

Frances HEALEY, widow, deceased 1 September 1865.

Frances HEALEY, spinster, & William & Ellen BROWNE admitted, and then surrender to George BEKEN,
saddler, on sale, consideration 200.

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14 December 1866    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & John WORGER

John TAPPENDEN, cabinet maker, deceased, held land abutting -
                          north - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, then George WALTER, now John FURLEY, &
                                                     George ELLIOTT, junior.
                          west - to land previously Thomas COLE, then George FARBRACE 22 1/2 ft.
                          south - to land sold by Thomas NICKOLLS to John TAPPENDEN 871/2 ft.
                          east - 20 1/2ft.
                          previously west end of Little Tilton, previously BALDOCK, then William, then Catherine
                                                    VARHAM, now FARBRACE
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [215a]
Occupied by John TAPPENDEN, now James BROOKER, & devisees of TAPPENDEN.

Admitted 23 December 1823 on surrender of Thomas NICHOLLS.

By will 9 February 1861, property to wife Sarah for life, then for sale.
Executors : wife Sarah, son John & daughter Charlotte, wife of Stephen Henry LAWRENCE

Sarah deceased May 1862
John deceased 1 April 1866
Will proved PPR Canterbury 21June 1866
John junior deceased 17 September 1866 .

Stephen Henry & Charlotte LAWRENCE admitted.

[ Last Court 23 December 1823     Next Court 7 January 1867 ]

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Wednesday 9 January 1867
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Richard RABSON & John WORGER

Stephen & Charlotte LAWRENCE surrender land at Court 14 December 1866 to John FURLEY, gent., & George
ELLIOTT, junior, silversmith, on sale, consideration 50.
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FURLEY & ELLIOTT admitted 

[above]

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Wednesday 6 February 1867   
Lord G.E. JEMMETT, Steward : Frederick Hughes HALLETT

Homage : John WORGER & John FURLEY

Peter RABSON, previously of Ashford, shopkeeper, then of Chatham, gent., held - messuage or tenement &
cottage, previously barn, now cow lodge etc., abutting -
                          east- to footway 112 1/2ft.
                          south - to Back Lane 31ft. 2in
                          west - to garden previously James COSTEKER, then Anthony HILLS ,Edward BARTON, now
                                    Richard RABSON & garden previously John BAKER & wife Elizabeth & then Mary
                                    BAKER, then John ELLIOTT, now George ELLIOTT
                          north- to Churchyard 25 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 5d.                           [346]
Occupied by Thomas HERITAGE, then Odiarne WILKS & James HICKMOT (butchers) , Humphrey CHITTENDEN,
Anthony HILLS & John EASTHERDING, then John Elliot HADLOW, dissenting minister, & Peter RABSON.


also: corner shop abutting -
                          east - to shop, previously John LAMBIN, then occupied by Elizabeth COUTTS, William
                                                     HAYWARD, now John ELGAR, rent 4/-
                          south - to house previously Anthony HILLS, then Edward BARTON, previously shop rent 1/2d 
& other premises at rent of 8d.
                                                                                                        Rent 9d.                          [58]

also: messuage & tenement abutting -
                          west - to premises above at rent of 9d.
                          east - to shop previously Ann, wife of John HOOKER, then William PHILLIPS since devisees 
                                                    of Paul ANDREWS
                          north - to Butchery
                          south - to shop previously Anthony HILLS at rent of 1/2d.
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [61]
Occupied by Elizabeth COLTS [?COUTTS], then [       ] FRIAR, [         ]  BLATCHER, William HAYWARD, 
now John ELGAR


also : messuage etc. 15ft x 11ft. to 8 ft, occupied by John LAMBIN, then Thomas LANES, William HAYWARD,
now John ELGAR, behind shop, at rent of 9d.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d                       [60]

also : land with part house, previously Anthony HILLS, then Edward BARTON, occupied
by LAMBIN/ LANES/ HAYWARD/ ELGAR.
                                                                                                        Rent 8d.                          [57]

All now one messuage occupied by Anthony HILLS, William HAYWARD , now John ELGAR, abutting -
                          west - to way to church
                          north - to passage from Cornmarket
                          south - to passage to Churchyard
                          east - to premises previously Ann HOOKER/ PHILLIPS/ ANDREWS/ late 
                                                    Frances HEALEY, now George BEKEN.

Admitted 18 April 1836 on surrender of Edward BARTON.

By will 3 February 1853 property to wife, son Richard & son-in-law Jesse VENNELL as trustees, for benefit of 
wife for life, then son.

Peter RABSON deceased 22 April 1854. Probate ACC Rochester, 21 October 1854

Elizabeth RABSON, widow, deceased 20 January 1862.

Richard RABSON admitted.

[ Previous Court 18 April 1836 - last entry above]

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Monday 23 September 1867   
Same Lord, Steward Robert FURLEY

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Richard GREENHILL held land etc. "The Whist", and land 1 acre abutting -
                          east - to Whist
                          south & west - to land previously LORD OF MANOR, then Rev. Edward NORWOOD, 
                                                    late Richard GREENHILL
                          north - to land previously Robert MASCALL, then Richard GREENHILL
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                           [141]
this land now garden & tanyard, with way from highway at Court Gate over land of LORD OF MANOR.

Occupied by Lewis WHITFELD, Richard GREENHILL, senr. & jnr.


also: Nether Whist, 9 acres, abutting -
                          south west - to lands previously RUTTON, then Margaret Eleanor MAUDE
                          south - to Goosepits
                          east & north - to Old River
                          west - to Lord's River
                                                                                                        Rent 16/8d                       [142]
Occupied by Richard GREENHILL, senr., & junr. 

also: land, Little Hasell Mead, 2 acres abutting -
                          east & south - to East Stour lands
                          west - to Old River
                          north - to lands of Richard GREENHILL
                                                                                                        Rent 5/-                           [143]
Occupied by John MASCALL, then James HAMILTON


also: land 2 - 2 - 14p previously occupied by William CORNFORD & William HAYWARD, then Richard 
F. HORTON, late William PARNELL, abutting -
                          southwest - to road from Ashford to Willesborough
                          northwest, northeast & southeast- to land previously Robert COOKE, then James WALL
                          northwest - to land previously Richard,senr.,& Stephen GREENHILL, then Thomas ALLEN
                          north - to lands of GREENHILL called Great Goggle
                          east - to lands previously George ROOKE, then William JEMMETT
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                          [144a]

Admitted to 2/3rds at Court14 April 1837 on surrender of Richard Francis HORTON, & 1/3rd on 30 March 1838.


also: land near "Star", previously called Sereland, 6 acres, and part now fenced off, previously occupied by
Josias PATTERSON, then John MASCALL, Charles BAKER, James HAMILTON, Baker AUSTEN, Widow
HOUGHTON, Samuel STEDDY, late Messrs. DUNGEY.
                                                                                                        Rent 10/4d                       [146]
Admitted 19 January 1838 on surrender of Baker AUSTEN & wife Jane.


also: Bigger Shaffradge & New Marsh, 18 acres, abutting -
                          north - to land previously RUTTON, then Lewis WHITFELD & land called Little Brook.
                          east - to land previously George ROOKE, then James HEAD, late James WALL
                          south- to land previously Mrs. Mary FULLER, widow, then William Stacey COAST, late
                                      ALLINSON BROS., & land previously John ASHERST, late Thomas QUIHAMPTON.
                          west - to Little Brook & lands previously ASHERST, since QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 12/-                          [171]


also : Little Brook, 5 1/4acres, at Beaver, abutting -
                          north - to land previously RUTTON, then Lewis WHITFELD
                          east - to Great Shaffradge
                          south - to New Marsh
                          west - to lands previously ASHERST, late QUIHAMPTON
                                                                                                        Rent 3/8d                         [172]

also: land, 1 rood, at Beaver, abutting -
                          east, west & south- to land previously ASHERST, then QUIHAMPTON
                          north - to Scarlett's Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 2d                           [173]
Admitted 11 December 1840 on surrender of F.F. WHITFELD & Walter STUNT.


also: messuage or tenement abutting -
                          north - to messuage previously John SUTTON, then Jos. JENNINGS, then his widow,
                          now his heirs, now occupied by Robert SMITH
                          east- to messuage previously William, now Ann RABSON 12ft. 3in.
                          west - to High Street 14 ft.
                          south - to footway 45ft. 2in.
                                                                                                        Rent 8/4d                          [69]
Occupied by William HAYWARD, now William CRUST


also: messuage or tenement now with 2 cottages abutting -
                          north - to Churchyard

Occupied by Widow SLEDEN [? ILDEN], since James LILLY


also: slaugherhouse, etc., previously occupied by Thomas CHEESEMAN, then William HAYWARD, ygr., 
then William HAYWARD, grandson, now William CRUST.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                        [pt. 70/218]


also: messuage in two dwellings, with use of well with messuage, previously occupied by [Deborah] ELSE, 
then George RAINS, since John MILLEN
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                          [pt. 70/218]

Admitted 19 December, 1846 on surrender of William & Sarah HAYWARD.


also: land with messuage "Star House", now demolished & 3 tenements erected, 5 3/4 rods + 5 3/4 + 1/2 rods 
in length, & 4 3/4 rods in breadth abutting -
                          south - to highway Ashford to Hythe
                          east, west & north - to land previously Richard F. HORTON, late Richard GREENHILL
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [321]
Occupied by William BALDOCK.

[Previous Court 23 December 1852   ]


By will 6 March 1866 property to son George Whitlock GREENHILL, subject to payments to daughter 
Elizabeth, wife of William Greenhill SILVERLOCK, and their children.

Deceased 5 January 1867. Probate PPR Canterbury 6 April 1867.

George Whitlock GREENHILL admitted.

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Friday, 21 August 1868   
Same Lord, Steward Frederick H. HALLETT

Homage: George How ANDREWS & John WORGER

William PIETY,ygr., deceased, fishmonger, held messuage or tenement previously occupied by Widow SPARKS,
then [         ]  MEADOWCROFT, since [       ] HARRISON, [        ] FARRIS, Frances HEALEY, John MUNNS, 
now J.E. MUNNS abutting -
                          north - to High Street 10 ft. 9 in.
                          west - to waste of Manor, from Shambles to Church 27 ft.
                          south - to Back Lane, from premises previously Edward CHITTENDEN, Richard HAMMON etc.,
                                                     now James HARMS etc. 10 ft.
                          east - to messuage described below.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/7d.


also: messuage previously occupied by Widow LEEDS, John LEEDS, [       ] PEARCE, Thomas ALLEN, 
John, now John Edward MUNNS abutting -
                          north - to High Street 12 ft.
                          west - to messuage above
                          south - to Back Lane 10ft. 6in
                          east - to messuage previously Henry CREED, then Henry SOLLY, now William PIETY senior.
                                                                                                        Rent 6/7d                        [115]
Now occupied by J.E. MUNNS, and partly used as Post Office.

Admitted 15 January 1835 on surrender of William WHITFELD, trustee for Henry CREED.


William PIETY deceased March 1851, intestate, leaving widow Mary & only son William.

Mary & William PIETY admitted , then surrender to Thomas HOLLANDS, teacher of music, on sale, 
consideration 240.

Thomas HOLLANDS admitted.

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Tuesday 25 August 1868
    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Charles, EARL OF ROMNEY, deceased, held land, 6 acres part of Kitchin Field, occupied previously by 
Samuel SHEAFE, then James WALL, now Thomas PERKINS.
                                                                                                        Rent 5/8d.                       [190]

Deceased 29 March 1845. Sons, Charles, EARL OF ROMNEY & Robert MARSHAM admitted, and then 
surrender to Walter Elliott WHITTINGHAM, secretary of the British Land Company, 14 Moorgate Street, 
London, on sale, consideration 500.

WHITTINGHAM (British Land Company) admitted.

[ Previous Court 2 November 1813    Next Court 11 July 1871.

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Saturday 16 October 1869    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

George How ANDREWS, now of Kennington, surrenders to Edward LOVE, salesman, on sale, consideration 
150 land, with coal etc. house being backside of messuage of ANDREWS, to be conveyed to LOVE.
Occupied by Elizabeth BAYLEY, George ELLIOTT, senior, abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          east - 46 ft. from yard of messuage previously Thomas JOHNSON, now Edward LOVE,
                                                    to gutter of Royal Oak.
                          south - 36 ft. from necessary house, to yard previously Thomas TOURNAY, then Thomas
                                                    JOHNSON
laid open & used with next land.
                                                                                                        Rent 10d.                         [358]
Admitted 19 January 1855


also : land, being south part of garden. abutting -
                          north - to land above 36 ft.
                          east - to Baptist's land
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to passage to messuage previously JOHNSON, now LOVE
                                                                                                        Rent 1/-                              [359]

Edward LOVE admitted.

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?Saturday 16 October 1869   
Same Lord and Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & John WORGER

Thomas KENNETT & Alexander APSLEY admitted 18 December 1845 on surrender of William Alick KENNETT 
& wife Ann, to land N -> S on east 82 ft. & at 10 ft. 87 ft.  west 80 ft.  E -> W on north 87 ft. 2 in. & at 10 ft. 77 ft.
south 67 ft. with 5 messuages or tenements occupied by Thomas SLAUGHTER, Edward REEVE, James
PAINE, Sarah RAYNER & William PILCHER, now George ANDREW, John REEVES, Sarah WOODGATE,
Edward RAYNER & John BARNS, abutting
                          north - to premises previously George PHILPOTT, now Wesleyan Chapel of Edward
                                                     CHITTENDEN
                          east - to land previously Bertram THORNE, Philip BOGHURST,William CRUTTENDEN,
                          now George Alexander LEWIS
                          south - to Churchfield Lane, now Tufton Street
                          west - to Hempstead Street
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                        [169b]


Ann APSLEY admitted 4 July 1840 to 1/3rd moiety & 1/3rd on surrender of Elizabeth APSLEY, and 1/3rd on
surrender of Alexander APSLEY, and moiety on surrender of Arthur APSLEY of Lewisham.

Alexander APSLEY deceased 3 October 1852.
Surrender to George Alexander LEWIS of Ashford, gent, on sale, consideration 550.

George Alexander LEWIS admitted.

 
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18 November 1869   
Out of Court

Charles BRADLEY, druggist, held messuage built by Henry STROUD, on site of messuage previously occupied 
by John WELLER, adjacent to site of Fish Market. on east 28 ft. west 20 ft. north & south 44 ft.
                                                                                                            Rent 4/-                       [293]
Occupied by Charles BRADLEY, now Charles FARMER


BRADLEY deceased intestate 4 October 1827, leaving brothers.
Widow Ann married Thomas SHAW & deceased May 1868, buried at Hythe
Thomas BRADLEY admitted to 1/6th of 1/5th of property at proportion of rent, and then surrenders to 
Robert FURLEY.


ALSO : Henry BRADLEY (another brother of Charles) presented petition in bankruptcy 28 February 1834, he 
then being imprisoned for debt.
Property to Samuel STURGIS, then John PRIMROSE of 10 Grafton Street, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, 
then (1856) to James BABER of Somerset, then Hatton Hamer STANSFELD of 33 Lincoln's Inn.

H.H. STANSFELD admitted to 1/5th [293]

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Wednesday 23rd February 1870 Same Lord and Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Edward LOVE, late of Charing, now of Ashford, butcher, surrenders to George Hamilton HAYWARD, late of
Ashford, now Willesborough, butcher, on sale, consideration 200 land, brewhouse etc ., abutting -
                           north - to gutter
                           south - to St. John's Lane
                           west - to lands of Baptists
                           east - to garden of Geroge WITHERDEN

now laid together & better described as -
land with pantry & slaughterhouse etc., abutting -
                           north - to gutter and premises previously James HAMILTON, the Edward LOVE,
                                                      to be sold to G.H. HAYWARD
                           west - to land of Baptists, previously occupied by John MEADOWCROFT, now
                                                      Charles MAPLESDEN
                           south - to premises previously Sarah SKINNER, now T.E. SCOTT, occupied by
                                                      Messrs. JONES & THYRWICK
                           east - to land previously George WITHERDEN, then G.H. ANDREWS, now Edward LOVE, 
                                                      for many years occupied by George ELLIOTT.
                                                                                                            Rent 3d.                       [360]
Occupied by Thomas JOHNSON, James HAMILTON , Edward LOVE, then G.H. HAYWARD, now 
James THOMAS

Admitted 6 April 1846 on surrender of James HAMILTON.
George Hamilton HAYWARD admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 April 1848]

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Thursday , 21 April 1870   
Same Lord and Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

James Jenkin SKINNER, tailor, deceased, held land & garden, occupied by Stephen AUSTEN, then John JOY,
then J.J. SKINNER, abutting -
                           north - to land previously George, then George & William WALTER 61ft. 8 in.
                           south - to land previously William TOMSETT, then John JOY 65 ft. 8 in.
                           east - to land of William CARRECK 83 ft. 6in.
                           west - to land prev. Thomas NICKOLLS, then John TAPPENSIDE 85ft.
                                                                                                            Rent 3d.                       [ pt. 215b]

Admitted 11 August 1834.


also: land abutting -
                           west- to messuage & lands of John TAPPENDEN 60 ft. 6in.
                           east - to land of William CARRICK 51 ft.
                           north - to lands previously William BALDOCK, then John (occupied Stephen) AUSTEN, the
                                                       owner & occupier John JOY, then SKINNER 60 ft. 6 in.
                           south - to common way 69 ft. 6 in.
                                                                                                            Rent 6d.                        [pt. 215b]
with stables etc. occupied William, John & Thomas THOMSETT, then Stephen AUSTEN,
then Abraham & Stephen LUSTED, John KENNETT and Arthur NEWTON


Admitted 11 August 1834 on surrender of John DEEDES, James LESTER & Norman GREENHILL [trustees 
of John JOY].

By will (in which he is called James JENKIN) 31 January 1822, property, including messuage purchased from
William THOMSETT, to trustees of John APSLEY & wife Esther, for benefit of wife, & daughters Caroline & Mary
Ann SKINNER.

Deceased 8 January 1835. Probate PCC 3 March 1835

Esther SKINNER deceased 15 November 1860, buried in Ashford.
Caroline SKINNER married Henry HARRISON [      ] 183? and deceased 28 August 1854, leaving husband and
only son Alfred HARRISON.
Henry HARRISON deceased 29 April 1864.
Mary Ann SKINNER married Alfred JENNER of Rye, tailor.

Alfred & Mary Ann JENNER admitted to moiety, and then surrender to John Russell PHILPOTT, on sale,
consideration 250.

Repeated for moiety of Alfred HARRISON.
John Russell PHILPOTT admitted to whole.

[ Previous Court 11 August 1834 ]

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Wednesday 16 November 1870
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Mary HOUGHTON, widow, surrenders on sale to William Richard BROWNE, consideration 900 - messuage &
shop 36 ft. x 22 ft. 2 1/2 in. on east, 24 ft. on west, and land now enclosed on south abutting -
                           west - to Corn Market
                           east - to two messuages previously Joan MATTHEWS, then Henry STROUD, late James
                                                       BARNS, now his widow [Ann]
                           south & north - to passageways.
                                                                                                            Rent 1/4d                     [296]
Occupied by John SCOTT, then Messrs. LITTLE & CRANSTONE, Messrs BARNARD & BUDD, 
Henden HOUGHTON, now Mary HOUGHTON, widow, & Osmand PACKER.

Admitted 6 April 1848.

W.R. BROWNE admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 April 1848     Next Court 12 July 1916.]

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