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Monday 27 March 1871    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & George Frederick WILKS

Robert FURLEY, as trustee for James WALL held - land called Short Tilton, 3 - 3 - 20p, occupied by 
William WALL, James WALL, now Alfred PICKARD, abutting -
                          east - to Highway, Ashford to Gorehill
                          north - to Gorehill Field
                          west - to Long Tilton
                          south - to Long Strake
                                                                                                        Rent 7/6d                         [201]
Now 178 & 179 on tithe map. 


also - land called the Long Strake, previously garden, then orchard, now pasture & laid open to Short Tilton.
Occupied by William WALL, then James WALL now Alfred PICKARD, abutting -
                          north - to Short Tilton
                          west - to Long Tilton
                          south - to lands previously LORD OF MANOR, then George WALTER, Messrs. SHEPHERD &
                                                     MARES, now John FURLEY & George ELLIOTT
                          east - to garden of James WALL
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [202]
Now part of tithe 178 & 179 


also : land previously one, now 2 pieces, 7 acres & 1/2 rod, previously part of 11 acres, previously occupied 
by William WALL, then James WALL, now PICKARD. One piece called Poundfield, abutting -
                          southeast - to other piece
                          north & east - to Wellfield & highway Barrowhill to Gorehill
                          southwest - to Long Tilton, previously William WHITFELD, then James WALL

& other piece lies open to Short Tilton, abutting -
                          southeast - to Short Tilton
                          north - to Gorehill & Wellfield
                          northwest -  to first piece [Poundfield]
                          southwest - to Long Tilton
                                                                                                        Rent 13/2d                       [200]
Now one piece, part 176 on tithe map

Admitted 23 December 1852

4/5th share surrendered to Rev. George Stephen WOODGATE of Pembury, subject to trusts in indtre 2 July 1860
(1) William Henry WALL (2) Edward John WALL (3) James Charles WALL  (4) Ann Frances WALL 
(5) G.S. WOODGATE

WOODGATE admitted.


Robert FURLEY surrenders remaining fifth of land, as at Court above to Harriet Mary, wife of George Herbert 
LAKE of Kennington, Kent.
                          Short Tilton                                                                rent 7/6d                       [201]
                          Long Strake                                                                        6d                       [202]
                          Poundfield etc.                                                                13/2d                       [200]

Harriet Mary Lake admitted.

[ previous Court 23 December 1852 ]

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Tuesday 2 May 1871    Same Lord and Steward

Homage: John WORGER & George How ANDREWS

James BARNS, cabinet maker, deceased, held messuage or tenement, formerly 2 dwellings, abutting -
                          east - to messuage previously John PART, then John FOURMER, now William 
                                                    Richard BROWNE 24 ft.
                          west - to messuage previously Arthur APSLEY, then Henden, then Mary HOUGHTON,
                                                    now William Richard BROWNE
                          south - to passage
                          north - 18 ft 2in.
                                                                                                        Rent 7/8d                        [234]
with land previously enclosed, now built on.

Occupied by William POPE & Robert NYE, William STROUD, James BARNS, now William HAFFENDEN

Admitted 7 April 1808 on surrender of William STROUD & William & Catherine VARHAM

By will 2 March 1848 property to wife Ann.
Deceased 21 March 1867. Probate PPR Canterbury 16 July 1867.

Ann BARNS admitted, and then surrenders to William Richard BROWNE on sale, consideration 200, in 
addition to mortgage secured by conditional surrender to Mary
Ann SWAIN at Court 7 August 1846.

William Richard BROWNE admitted.

[ 8 Middle Row ]

[ Previous Court 7 August 1846    Next Court 12 July 1916]

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11 May 1871    Out of Court

Job Webb BURCH of Mersham, miller, assignee of property of Stephen BRADLEY, is admitted to 1/5th of
premises at rent of 4/-

and John BRADLEY, Charles BRADLEY & James BRADLEY admitted to 3/6th of 1/5th.

and George BRADLEY to 1/6th of 1/5th.

21 April 1871
Robert FURLEY, as assignee of debts of Henry BRADLEY
George BRADLEY, now of Rockford, Illinois, USA, miller
John BRADLEY, now of Alnwick, Northumberland, yeoman
Charles BRADLEY, now of Cranbrook, yeoman
James BRADLEY, now of Dover, yeoman

surrender to Frederick HYLAND of Ashford, draper, 29/30th parts on sale, consideration 610. 
                                                                                                        Rent 4/-                            [293]

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Wednesday 28 June 1871    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & George How ANDREWS

John BIRD, plumber & glazier, held messuage now in 3 dwellings, on site of an old cottage and land on which 
part of messuage stands, remainder a yard, in St. John's Lane.

Occupied by William SWEETLOVE, Thomas EDNEY, David LEWIS, Widow ARLINGTON, & Charles
HUCKSTEPP, then William KITE, HOOKER, & [      ] MARTIN, now Rosina DREW, Frederick TOLHURST 
& John CROSS, abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to land previously Francis CHAPLIN, then Thomas, now Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT 
                                                    & corner of Vicarage land.
                          south & east - to land previously James POTTS, then William Beck HILLS, then Gas 
                                                    Company, but now
                          south - to land previously Gas Company, now James Salkeld BURRA
                          east- to land previously Thomas SUSANS, now William BURRA
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [ 244a]
Admitted 16 December 1841

By will 8 June 1847, property to son Robert BIRD, & George Alexander LEWIS, as trustees for the benefit of 
son John BIRD for life, then to his children, or in default to testates children Mary, Ann, Robert & Elizabeth.

John BIRD, senior, deceased 25 June 1847

John BIRD, junior, deceased 10 July 1866 unmarried.

Ann BIRD, now wife of Joseph Hobbs PURCELL of Croydon, ironmonger.
By indtre 28 June 1871 (1) Mary BIRD (2) Joseph PURCELL, & wife Ann (3) Robert BIRD (4) Elizabeth BIRD, 
(5) Gilbert LEWIS, engineer sale of premises to LEWIS consideration 160.

Gilbert LEWIS admitted.

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Tuesday 11 July 1871    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: John WORGER & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

W.E. WHITTINGHAM surrenders to Roland Nevitt BENNETT of Lincoln's Inn & Peter Richard HOARE, of 
37 Fleet Street, esq., on sale, consideration 800 - Land as at Court 27 October 1868 [should be 25 August 1868]
                                                                                                        Rent 5/4d                         [190]
BENNETT & HOARE admitted

[ Next Court 28 June 1895]

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3 October 1872    OUT OF COURT

Stephen HART of Kingsnorth, farmer, devisee of John FUKES, admitted 6 April 1848 to land 32 1/2ft. abutting -
                          west - to land previously Josias, then his Widow SKINNER
                          east - to land of Baptists
                          north - to gutter 8 ft. 11 in.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 62 ft.
                                                                                                        Rent 7d.                          [137]

also: land with buildings erected by SKINNER abutting -
                          north - to gutter 23 ft.
                          south - to St. John's Lane 18 ft. 10 in.
                          west - to lands previously Martha PARKIN, then Saul YATES then
                                                     Widow [      ]HOUGHTON 76 ft. 8 in.
                          east - to other land of SKINNER 88 ft. 8 in
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                      [136]
Occupied by Charles FAGG, Felix FAGG, Elizabeth FAGG, Josias SKINNER, John, then Sarah FUKES


By will of Stephen HART, dated 13 June 1862, property etc. to son Stephen HART of Westwell, farmer.
Deceased 21 July 1862, probate District Registrar Canterbury 17 August 1862.

By indtre 7 December1862 (1) Stephen HART, junior (2) Sarah FUKES, widow, (3) David Barling GREEN,
corn merchant & Charles Sampson HAMMOND, draper - GREEN & HAMMOND appointed trustees in lieu 
of HART (senior) & George ELLIOTT (other trustee)

GREEN and HAMMOND admitted, and then surrender to Stephen HART on sale, consideration 200.

Stephen HART, junior, admitted.

[ Previous Court 6 April 1848    Next Court 20 June 1903]

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Friday 7 March 1873    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS and John WORGER

Ann RABSON, spinster, surrenders conditionally - shop in Market, abutting -
                          south & north - to premises recently copyhold, previously Richard, then William,
                                                    Mary & now Ann RABSON
                          east - to highway
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK, then George KILLICK, Joseph then Jane 
                                                    JENNINGS, now Robert PARKES & wife Jane Isabel
                                                                                                        Rent 2/6d                         [251]

Occupied by William [ob. 1830], then his widow [Mary, ob. 1837], then Mary [ob. 1846] then Ann RABSON, 
now James REDGRAVE

[2 Middle Row]


also: land adjoining shop, 36 ft. 3in x 2 ft., abutting -
                          north - to highway
                          east - to Church Lane
                          west & south - to premises previously John BROOK etc.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/8d                         [252]
Occupied as above 


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


also: land, 19 1/2ft. x 9ft., abutting -
                          west - to premises previously John BROOK etc.
                          south - to premises of RABSON and BROOK etc.
                          east & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 5/4d                          [254]
Occupied as above 


also: land, now garden, abutting -
                          east - to land previously Matthew HOUGHTON & William DOWNE, then Robert HOUGHTON,
                                                     senior & junior, late John ASHDOWN
                          west - to land previously John CHAPMAN, then John, now George COBB
                          north - to Churchyard
                          south - to lands of LORD OF MANOR, now highway
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d                         [255]
Occupied by William, Peter, Mary, late Richard, RABSON 

Surrendered to Mary Ann ODDEN, widow, conditionally to secure 300 + 5% interest

[ Previous Court 18 December 1846     Next Court (255 only) 22 October 1877 ]

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Thursday 4th June 1874     

Lords : George Elwick & William Francis Bond JEMMETT   Steward: Frederick Hughes HALLETT

Homage: George Frederick WILKS & John Mead LINOM

John WORGER, gent., surrenders to John SANKEY, on sale, consideration 375 - land and messuage 
previously called "Bell" abutting -
                          west - to lands previously William BOORMAN, now George LEPINE
                          east - to passage from messuage previously Thomas PAYNE, then John WORGER, senior 
                                                    & junior, now John SANKEY, to St. John's Lane
                          south - to building previously Meeting House, now warehouse
                          north - to messuage of SANKEY
                                                                                                        Rent 1d.                           [155]


also: land with warehouse etc. from passage to St. John's Lane abutting -
                          east - to yard previously Samuel YATES, then Elizabeth HOUGHTON, widow, now 
                                                    Edward VANE
                          west - to passage
                          north - to freehold messuage previously YATES/HOUGHTON now VANE
                          south - to St. John Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d                      [156]
Occupied by George WALTER, Thomas PAYNE, John WORGER, senior & junior, now John SANKEY


Also : lands abutting -
                          west - to garden previously Harry HOWLAND, late Mark DORMAN
                          south - to Vicarage lands
                          east - to Vicarage lands & lands previously Samuel YATES now George LEPINE & garden
                                                     previously James then Mark DORMAN
                          north - to garden previously James then Mark DORMAN

and land abutting -
                          east - to stable previously Samuel YATES, now George LEPINE
                          west - to land previously Harry HOWLAND, then Mark DORMAN
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                          [101c]


also: land abutting -
                          east - to lands previously John WORGER, now John SANKEY
                          west - to land of George LEPINE
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          north - to messuage previously WORGER now SANKEY
                                                                                                        Rent 4d                            [224]
Previously with Meeting House 

John SANKEY admitted.

[Previous Court 24 June 1860    Next Court June 1898]

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Monday 14 September 1874    Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George Frederick WILKS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Thomas STARTUP, coachmaker, held building previously cottages, then stable etc. in Castle Lane.
Occupied by Francis WHITFELD, then Samuel MUNNS, Elizabeth SMYTH & Felicia SMYTHE, Elizabeth
SMYTHE, Rev. William, then Anna Maria DISNEY, then Captain John TRITTON, Thomas STARTUP, now 
George Wraight KNOWLES, and land adjacent, abutting -
                          west - to Castle Lane
                          south - to messuage of Edward HONISS, then William ALLEN, now Charles CLEMETSON, &
                                                     premises now brewhouse.
                          north & east - to premises previously Prudence MATSON, then Charles HAFFENDEN, now
                                                     George HARKER.
                                                                                                        Rent 1/2d [halfpenny]         [351]

Admitted 7 September 1826

By will 22 April 1852 property to son Thomas John STARTUP, subject to annuity to niece Agnes Goodwin
READER of 100, and to sister Susan STARTUP (now deceased) 100.

Deceased 25 December 1857 Probate PCC 24 December 1857 [?]

Thomas John STARTUP admitted and then surrenders to George Wraight HARPER, on sale, consideration 304
G.W. HARPER admitted.

[Previous Court 7 September 1826    Next Court 24 December 1906 ]

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Thursday 8 July 1875   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Thomas Blair LONG, pawnbroker, surrenders to George COBB, licenced victualler, on sale, consideration 425 -
land, with messuage previously in 2 dwellings and 2 cottages, previously occupied by [      ] CLARK, & Widow
OXLEY, then John William BACON, James COX, and Widow MILLEN, now Messrs LAKER, FINN &
SALTMARSH, abutting -
                          east - to footway from Churchyard
                          south - to Tufton Street, previously Church Lane
                          west - to land previously NANCE, then WRIGHT (for Grammar School), now sold to
                                                    William TAYLOR
                          north - to lands previously NANCE, now Thomas TALBOT
                                                                                                        Rent 3d                            [18]

Admitted 20 January 1860

George COBB admitted

[ Previous Court 20 January 1860]

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Monday 22 October 1877   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Mrs. Mary Ann ODDEN acknowledges repayment of 300 secured by conditional surrender at Court, 7 March 1873.

Ann RABSON (admitted 18 December 1846) appoints William RABSON as attorney to surrender lands at 
rents of    1/3d     to John REEVE, upholsterer, on sale, consideration 300.
                                                                                                                                              [255]
[ Previous Court 7 March 1873    Next Court 9 July 1879]

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Wednesday 19 December 1877   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT & Edward LOVE

John ASHDOWN, previously baker of Ashford, then of Brighton, gent, held - Garden with stable, then demolished
and cottage erected, & lane abutting -
                          north - to garden previously Thomas MATTHEWS, then built on by Robert HOUGHTON
                          west - to garden, previously William RABSON, now John REEVE
                          south - to Tufton Street
                          east - to passage to Tufton Street
                                                                                                        Rent 6d.                           [110]
Occupied by John ASHDOWN 

Admitted 26 June 1835 on surrender of John HUTTON

[ Next Court 18 December 1879]


also - land with dwelling & forge, now demolished, abutting -
                          east - to garden way
                          south - to land previously John Boys DOWN, then ASHDOWN
                          west - to garden previously RABSON, now John REEVE
                          north - to Churchyard.
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [235]
Occupied by Joan MATTHEWS & William WALTER, then Francis LOADER & Thomas STANLEY, William POPE,
Ann HILLS, widow, & Edward PIKE, William MATE, Robert HOUGHTON, & William POPE,ygr., since [ ] KEMP, &
Henry GOODWIN, Samuel BRAZIER, [      ] STAPLES and [      ] LUCKHURST.
Now with cottages occupied Messrs. THACKWELL, CAVE, UNDERDOWN, HUGHES, FINN, WILSON, NOAKES,
SKINNER, ANDREWS, WILLIS & KENNETT.


Admitted 27 November 1838, on surrender of Henden HOUGHTON.

[ Next Court 18 December 1879]


also : messuage or tenement in 2 dwellings, now cottages, occupied by Sarah JACOB & [      ] WEEKS, late
FARBRACE, late occupied by Widow FARBRACE, & Peter YOUNG, & also 4 messuages built by Robert
HOUGHTON on gardens of the messuage occupied by Elizabeth LEEDS, Henry BISHOP, [      ] EDNEY, widow,
& Willam BACK. abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane
                          south - to land previously Henden, then Robert HOUGHTON
                          east - to roadway
                          west - to premises of DUNGEY & Co., previously CHITTENDEN, now executors of Edward 
                                                    W. SIMONDS .
                                                                                                        Rent 2d. (part of 5d)          [339b]

Admitted 27 November 1838, as above.


By will 3 June 1861, property to wife Lucy ASHDOWN.

Deceased 31 January 1877. Probate District Registrar, Lewes 2 March 1877.

Lucy ASHDOWN admitted.

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Thursday 13 June 1878   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT.

John ELLIOTT, gent., deceased, held messuage, previously shop, abutting -
                          west - to tenement, previously Rev. Stephen GREENHILL, occupied by Catherine ROGERS
                          north - to premises of ELLIOTT & High Street.
                          south - to Butchery Lane
                          east - to passage between messuage & shop previously Joan MATTHEWS (now demolished).
                                                                                                        Rent 6/-                           [256]
Occupied by John KNOWLDEN, Matthew HOUGHTON, John, then widow Elizabeth HOPE, John then George
ELLIOTT, now William James THOMPSON.

Admitted 21 September 1807 on surrender of William HOPE.


also - shop, cellar etc., previously "Cage" abutting -
                          south - to tenement previously Rev. Stephen GREENHILL
                          west & north - to highway
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                           [64]
Occupied by Sarah COSTEKER, James ROBERTS, John then George ELLIOTT, now W.J. THOMPSON.


also - chimney 10 ft. x 4 ft. abutting -
                          south - to shop of ELLIOTT
                          south & west - to shop of Stephen GREENHILL
                          east - to shop previously John HOPE, since John ELLIOTT
                                                                                                        Rent 2d.                           [65]


also - shop abutting -
                          east - to messuage previously Ann COX, the John HOPE, then ELLIOTT,
                          now a printing office of W.J. THOMPSON
                          south & west - to Butchery
                          north - to premises previously Mary COLT, then James COSTEKER, James ROBERTS, 
                                                    then ELLIOTT, now THOMPSON
                                                                                                        Rent 5/6d                         [145]
Occupied by John BROAD, then Catherine ROGERS, Robert COX, now ELLIOTT


also - garden & stable, now workhouse and lane
                                                                                                        Rent 4d.                          [66]
Occupied by Sarah COSTEKER, James ROBERTS, John ELLIOTT, now John COOKE

Admitted 9 November 1809 on surrender of John PAY.

[ Said to be drawn on plan on rolls in pink, but no plan drawn.]

By will of George ELLIOTT 22 March 1862, property to brother Robert ELLIOTT.

Deceased 22 September 1873. Probate District Registrar, Canterbury 22 October 1873.

Robert ELLIOTT admitted.

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Wednesday 9 July 1879   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

John REEVE surrenders to George COBB, on sale consideration 400 - land as at Court 22 October 1877 
                                                                                                        Rent 1/3d                         [255]
now occupied by John REEVE

George COBB admitted.

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Monday 17 November 1879   
Same Lord & Steward.

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

Stephen BANKES of Bilting in Wye, farmer, William PADGHAM of Great Chart, carpenter, by attorney Charles
John FURLEY, and William LANGLEY of Ashford, County Relieving Officer, surrender to William SHEPPARD, 
on sale, consideration 380 - land, previously with forge, then warping shed, abutting -
                          north - to gutter
                          south - to St. John's Lane
                          west - to land previously John THORPE, then Thomas GELLIBRAND, John WORGER, now 
                                                    John SANKEY
                          east - to land previously John BUSHELL, then Thomas BONNER, Felix FAGG, Josias
                                                     SKINNER, John FUKES, now devisees of Stephen HART.
                                                                                                        Rent 4 1/2d.                     [347]
Occupied by George PATEY, then Robert (elder), Elizabeth, Robert (junior) HOUGHTON, late Edward VANE 


also: building, manufactory etc., part of premises at rent of 5d. and small part of land held at rent of 8d.


also: land, length of building, abutting -
                          north - to land of John KETTLE, sold to Mark DORMAN, now Charles DORMAN, & to land
                                                     previously Robert HOUGHTON, then John, now Lucy ASHDOWN.
                          south - to land of Vicar
                          east - to garden of Charles DORMAN
                          west - to premises previously DUNGEY & Co., now devisees of Edward W. SIMONDS
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                          [339a]

BANKS, PADGHAM & LANGLEY, devisees of Edward VANE, deceased.

William SHEPPARD admitted.

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Thursday 18 December 1879   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: George How ANDREWS & Thomas Ebenezer SCOTT

John ASHDOWN, deceased, held messuage, cottage etc., previously occupied by Richard CARRECK, & 
[      ] WHITE, now William JONES & John BIRD, abutting -
                          east - to footway to other premises previously William CARRECK, now G.A. LEWIS
                          north - to other premises previously William CARRECK, now G.A. LEWIS
                          west - to premises previously Jenkin SKINNER, now John Russell PHILPOTT
                          south - to Park Street.

Admitted 12 January 1842
By will 3 June 1861 premises to wife Lucy
Deceased 31 January, probate 2 March 1877

Lucy ASHDOWN admitted to premises at                                              rent of 2d.                      [215a]


ALSO - Lucy ASHDOWN surrenders to Charles George FREEMAN of Brighton, gent., on marriage to 
Mary Ann, daughter of Lucy ASHDOWN - garden, 22 ft. x 30 ft. now with cottages, abutting -
                          north - to garden previously Thomas MATTHEWS, but built on by Robert HOUGHTON
                          west - to garden previously William RABSON, now John REEVE
                          south - to Tufton Street
                          east - to common way
                                                                                                        Rent 6d                             [110]
Occupied previously by John ASHDOWN 


ALSO - land with buildings etc., abutting -
                          east - to garden way
                          south - to land previously John Boys DOWN, then John ASHDOWN
                          west - to land of Richard, then Peter RABSON, now John REEVE
                          north - to churchyard
                                                                                                        Rent ?                              [235]
Occupied by Joan MATHEWS & William WALTER, Francis LOADER & Thomas STANLEY, William POPE, 
Ann HILLS, & Edward PIKE, William MATE, Robert HOUGHTON & William POPE, ygr., since [      ] KEMP,
Henry GOODWIN, Samuel BRAZIER, [      ] STAPLES, and [       ] LUCKHURST. 
Now with cottages occupied by Messrs. KADWELL, CAVE, UNDERDOWN, FINN, WILSON, NOAKES,
SKINNER, ANDREWS, WILKS and KENNETT, now KADWELL, CAVE, SMITH, D [      ] HUGHES, G [      
HUGHES, NOAKES. HUMM. ANDREWS, WILLIS & FINN. 

[ Previous Court 19 December 1877     Next Court 9 March 1888 ]


ALSO ; messuage or tenement with 2 dwellings, now cottages occupied by Sarah JACOB & [      ] WEEKS, 
late FARBRACE, now Widow HOMEWOOD, & Peter YOUNG and 4 cottages adjacent, built by Robert
HOUGHTON, occupied by Elizabeth LEEDS, Henry BISHOPP, Widow EDNEY, & William BACK, now Widow
FINN, John SPICE, Harry JACOB Priscilla SMALL, Frederick BRIGGS, Margaret SINCLAIR, & Widow BOURNE.


abutting -
                          north - to St. John's Lane 24 ft.
                          south - to land of Robert HOUGHTON 19 1/2 ft.
                          east - to road to storehouse { 76 ft. }
                          west - to premises previously DUNGEY etc. { }
                                                                                                        Rent 3d.                           [339b]


also: messuage & cottage as at Court above                                        Rent 2d.                           [215a]

Charles George FREEMAN admitted.

[ Previous Court 18 December 1877    Next Court 9 March 1888]

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Thursday 26 February 1880   
Same Lord & Steward

Homage: Edward LOVE & John SANKEY

George How ANDREWS surrenders on sale, consideration 400 to Edward HAYWARD of Ashford, silversmith
William JOHNSON, 11 Providence Street, mechanic
John GOLDSMITH, 27 Somerset Road, mechanic
William Richard KING, Hardinge Road, surveyor
William AKHURST, Cemetery, curator
Henry Sturges PLEDGE, Kennington Mill, miller
John PILCHER, Marsh Street, cordwainer
James William JOHNSON, 18 Providence Street, mechanic
William REYNOLDS, 34 Newtown, engineer
William Burton SAMPSON, Ashford, engineer [Baptist trustees]
messuage, now 2 dwellings in Marsh Street, abutting -
                          east - to Marsh Street
                          west - to Baptist Meeting House
                          north - to land previously George H. ANDREWS, now Thomas L. ELLIOTT
                          south - to land now Baptist Burying Ground
                                                                                                        Rent 10/-                          [56]
Occupied by Mary BOYS, George KILLICK, now WEBSTER & Co.

Baptist trustees, as above, admitted.


ALSO - George How ANDREWS surrenders to Thomas Lewis ELLIOTT of Ashford, brewer, on sale, 
consideration 500 - stable etc. now yard of "Royal Oak" abutting -
                          east - to Marsh Street
                          south - to land of Baptists
                          west - to land now Edward LOVE
                          north - to premises previously William PARNELL, then ANDREWS, now ELLIOTT 
                                                                                                        Rent 2/-                          [63]
Occupied by Charles GIBSON, Edwin ROSE, now Wiliam DAVIS.


ELLIOTT admitted.

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