Ducatus Lancastriae; Calendar to Pleadings, Depositions in the Reigns of Henr. VII., Henr. VIII., Ed. VI., Queen Mary, and Philip and Mary and to the Pleadings of the First Thirteen Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Volume 3

Ducatus Lancastriae; Calendar to Pleadings, Depositions in the Reigns of Henr. VII., Henr. VIII., Ed. VI., Queen Mary, and Philip and Mary and to the Pleadings of the First Thirteen Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1827 edition. Excerpt: ...Attainder of Sir Thomas Broughton, Knight, for High Treason. Edward Dauncye, claiming to be seized in Fee. Thomas Derington, Underkeeper of the Queen's Warren of Hares, within the Parish of Everleigh, to Sir Edward Rogers, Knight, Lessee for Years. Isabel Duckworthe, and Elen the Wife of Roger Taylier, as the Daughters and Heirs of Christopher Duckworthe, deceased. E. George Estham and Ellyn his Wife, Daughter and Executrix of the Will of Ralph Singleton. William Eton, claiming as seized in Fee. Henry Edes, in Right of Jane his Wife, Executrix of Robert Brabant, the Affignee of Sir Roger Chalenor, Knight, Lessee of King Edward the 6th. Elizabeth Eynscough, Widow, Lessee of James Standishe, for her Life. Thomas Foxe, pleading in Abatement the Uncertainty of the Plaintiff's Title, and that the Premises were held by the Defendant in free Socage of the Queen's Honor of Hampton Court. Lancelot Marton, as a Trespasser. To Sir Ambrose Cave, Knight, Chancellor of the Duchy, Bill of Petition to inquire of theTitle, and of Rents and Services due and accustomed. James Whyteacres and Roger Allen, Trespass ers. ATenement or House Saint Clement Danes in the Parish of Parish. Saint Clement Danes, without the Barrs of the Newe Temple, London, with certain Shops, Cellars, Garden, Easements, and Commodities. A Messuage or Tene-Eshton. ment, Oxgangs of Land, and Appurtenances. Broughton Manor. Bolton in Furneis Manor. Edgarley in Furneis. Furneis Monastery. Divers Messuages, Lands, and Tenements, formerly holden of the Abbot of the late Monastery of Furneis, and Par cel of the Posseffions of Sir Thomas Brough ton, Knight, forfeited by Attainder. A Mcssuage, Gasth, Downeham Manor. Land, and Appurte nances. Everleigh Warren. Collingbourne Parish. Destruction...show more

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  • Paperback | 248 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 13mm | 449g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236959892
  • 9781236959898